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  •  en mi ciudad, no cable = no univision (0+ / 0-)

    but you can get 12 different rwnj "krystyun" channels including national network affiliates running "illegal immigration" ads all damn day and night long.

    In the Valley, what's BGTX doing for media exposure?
    Are they arranging candidate interviews with local TV, radio, newspapers? Are they arranging for Spanish-language media?

    And then they can't figure out why Latino turnout is so low.

    ay de mi .....................

    LBJ, Van Cliburn, Ike, Wendy Davis, Lady Bird, Ann Richards, Barbara Jordan, Molly Ivins, Sully Sullenburger, Drew Brees: Texas is NO Bush League!

    by BlackSheep1 on Fri Mar 07, 2014 at 01:30:18 PM PST

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    •  Univision está en satélite (1+ / 0-)
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      As to the rest, I would be delighted if you could go and straighten out the BGTX strategy. At least ask them, and tell us what they say.

      I know that they have more than 10,000 volunteers, that they are recruiting and training dozens of Latino candidates, and that they have been concentrating on contacting people directly, over the phone or by knocking on doors. Organizers whom I respect say that they have the data to show why this is more effective than advertiing.

      I see that Republican Greg Abbott is so scared of the Latino vote that he is accusing Wendy Davis of having a Hispanic running mate, Leticia Van De Putte, née Leticia R. San Miguel. Thanks for the publicity, Greg. ^^

      And he called Wendy "Retard Barbie", which will confuse our side to death, because to us that can only mean Sarah Palin. ^^

      Back off, man. I'm a logician.—GOPBusters™

      by Mokurai on Fri Mar 07, 2014 at 02:28:56 PM PST

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