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What Worked in '06 and What Didn't

Political Wire story:

What Worked, What Didn't
For a post-mortem on the 2006 campaigns, Campaigns and Elections published a special online only edition of "what worked, what didn't and why." It's a must read.

This really is a must-read. The source is clearly right-wing, but they are pragmatic about what happened and offer suggestions that both parties should heed carefully. The stories about the Tester and Lieberman campaigns are especially good.

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