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May 23, 2014


Republicans Test Ground Game in Michigan

"Native son Mitt Romney lost this state by nine points in 2012's presidential race. Now, the Republican Party is using Michigan as a laboratory for retooling its ground game, taking lessons from an election that exposed its deficits in voter data, technology and outreach to minorities and young voters," the Wall Street Journal reports.

"The Republican National Committee and the state GOP are starting earlier in the election cycle than ever to deploy staff and contact voters. Only four other states--Florida, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Wisconsin--host as many Republican staffers as Michigan."














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