Hillary Clinton Has A Common Election Pivot Problem

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Source:   —  April 07, 2016, at 6:06 AM

That'd be a feat of epic political malpractice. Obama'south 'eight Campaign Manager David Plouffe on the necessity for Hillary Clinton to pivot soon to the common election.

Hillary Clinton Has A Common Election Pivot Problem

You can't wait till June eight to start the common election. That'd be a feat of epic political malpractice. Obama'south 'eight Campaign Manager David Plouffe on the necessity for Hillary Clinton to pivot soon to the common election. ASSOCIATED PRESS The primary campaign has gone on longer than anticipated. And it'south left party operatives worried that they're squandering general election chances. While we've already reserved our fall television buy, we haven't ruled out going on the air prior to the convention. Guy Cecil, head of the Clinton-backing super PAC, Priorities USA Also on HuffPost

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