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DCCyclone

Good post on this issue, Ben.

Like OFA had to carry the load themselves last year in this state, McAuliffe is going to have to build the infrastructure to do the same for himself this year. Getting low-propensity voters to show in better numbers to have a chance to win is going to be labor-intensive and expensive. From what I've seen so far, TMac is doing the right things in that regard in NoVA, not wasting any time. But he'll have to also really bury Cooch on TV and pull in plenty of nonpartisan and soft partisan suburban women to find a way to win.

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