How Democratic Senate Candidates Should Have Distanced Themselves from the White House via @nationaljournal
A good analysis from Josh Kraushaar on the Senate races this year and how the Democrats should have done a better job of distancing themselves from the President if they wanted to win. Examples of Joe Manchin in West Virginia and a couple of other congressional candidates show the way to do it.
The messenger is just as important as the message via @campaignsinabox
A step by step recap of the New Hampshire Senate race, and how Brown made up a 9 point deficit by being a great messenger. I also included a few tips on how you can improve as a messenger. This is part of a series I'm doing through election day that recaps the Senate races, how they played out, and how you can learn from them.
Insulating Yourself from Your Opponent's Attacks via @campaignsinabox
Also part of the series I'm working on about the Senate races - how Kay Hagan insulated herself from attacks and ran a great campaign, along with tips on how to insulate yourself for next year's race.
What You Can Learn About Messaging in Kentucky Senate Race via @campaignsinabox
I focused specifically on how to make your message believable and used the Kentucky Senate race between McConnell and Grimes as an example.
Best of luck with your last minute campaigning this weekend! Only four more days until you can sleep - have fun and don't steal any yard signs.
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