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  • How do you become a political strategist? | Political Campaign Strategy
    a permanent paid position within the politician s office Climb the ranks and eventually work your way to the chief of staff Alternatively while you are working your way to the top within that office keep an eye out for higher e g chief of staff positions in offices of other politicians within the same party that open up from time to time Apply to get those positions Soon you ll be a political strategist star Then again I could be wrong References Anna P Commented on April 27 2010 at 6 43 pm Reply The person above has the right idea You need to work in a think tank or for political candidates usually have a degree in something like communications or political science public policy and be good at strategy which is a very particular skill You demonstrate that skill through working with a candidate politician or working at a research institute or think tank References Leave a Reply to Phidippides Click here to cancel reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website Home Political Market Research and Surveys Grassroots Campaign Social Media Buzz Building Search Engine Marketing Online Advertising Political Email Marketing Multi Channel Press Release Distribution About Us Contact Us More News Your Political Goals Are Our Goals These days no campaign has a ghost of a chance Ron Paul has a good chance to win nomination said Republican Strategist Burkman Are you jealous he even said that all others don t have a single How do you become a political strategist consultant What is the path to this career How hard is Political Sci and History majors What are some strategies when reading college level history books I have problems comprehending scholarly history books I believe that Political Strategy The Un decided Vote

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  • How do you become a political strategist? | Political Campaign Strategy
    permanent paid position within the politician s office Climb the ranks and eventually work your way to the chief of staff Alternatively while you are working your way to the top within that office keep an eye out for higher e g chief of staff positions in offices of other politicians within the same party that open up from time to time Apply to get those positions Soon you ll be a political strategist star Then again I could be wrong References Anna P Commented on April 27 2010 at 6 43 pm Reply The person above has the right idea You need to work in a think tank or for political candidates usually have a degree in something like communications or political science public policy and be good at strategy which is a very particular skill You demonstrate that skill through working with a candidate politician or working at a research institute or think tank References Leave a Reply to Anna P Click here to cancel reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website Home Political Market Research and Surveys Grassroots Campaign Social Media Buzz Building Search Engine Marketing Online Advertising Political Email Marketing Multi Channel Press Release Distribution About Us Contact Us More News Your Political Goals Are Our Goals These days no campaign has a ghost of a chance Ron Paul has a good chance to win nomination said Republican Strategist Burkman Are you jealous he even said that all others don t have a single How do you become a political strategist consultant What is the path to this career How hard is Political Sci and History majors What are some strategies when reading college level history books I have problems comprehending scholarly history books I believe that Political Strategy The Un decided Vote

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  • How much credibility does Karl Rove have now as a political strategist? | Political Campaign Strategy
    Well I can only hope that this election taught him something You can win without dragging everyone through the mud McCain s campaign was one of the sleaziest I can remember I m so glad that Americans didn t respond to it this time References TRM Commented on April 27 2010 at 4 48 pm Reply Vague terms like changing political landscape don t provide any context for your question If you mean the sheer fact that Obama won then I don t see your point because Rove had nothing to do with the McCain campaign He has been out of politics since 2005 So you re not really making any sense And Joshua I m sorry but your not coming across as being much more intelligent Here you rail against McCain supporters whom you classify as bigoted yet in another question you openly admit to attacking Sarah Palin Try doing some research and come back with a better knowledge base and then answer some questions Thank you References Malcolm Equis Commented on April 27 2010 at 4 54 pm Reply Keep believing that the political landscape is changing But the truth is that it is the same as ever Obama was simply more subtle in his attacks than McCain Obama gave as good as he got and then some Obama is more like Karl Rove than I would like I supported Obama and continue to do so but I also know that Obama knows how to play this game just like Rove does References Marvin the Martian Commented on April 27 2010 at 5 42 pm Reply Those whose candidates lost two elections to Rove simply can t find the honesty to give the man his due He is good at what he does It might be wise to give the man his due he could very well be instrumental in bringing more people to power As for Lee Atwater his conscience is his business It s normal for people to look back on life and regret what we ve done References Potomac Two Step Commented on April 27 2010 at 6 14 pm Reply No I think you fail to understand that people voted with their pocketbook and unfortuantely for them they thought Obama would be a better choice References fastheidegger Commented on April 27 2010 at 6 40 pm Reply Ever since Karl Rove left the Republican party has lost Congress and the White House Coincidence References salukikaren Commented on April 27 2010 at 7 21 pm Reply None I have always thought he was behind Palin s inciting the crowd into screaming about killing the terrorist That kind of garbage lost them the election I hope Mr Rove fades away we don t need that kind of schoolboy tactics References Union Fireman for McCain Palin Commented on April 27 2010 at 8 10 pm Reply No He brought McCain to within a few percentage points of Obama in an election that Obama should ve walked away

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  • How much credibility does Karl Rove have now as a political strategist? | Political Campaign Strategy
    Well I can only hope that this election taught him something You can win without dragging everyone through the mud McCain s campaign was one of the sleaziest I can remember I m so glad that Americans didn t respond to it this time References TRM Commented on April 27 2010 at 4 48 pm Reply Vague terms like changing political landscape don t provide any context for your question If you mean the sheer fact that Obama won then I don t see your point because Rove had nothing to do with the McCain campaign He has been out of politics since 2005 So you re not really making any sense And Joshua I m sorry but your not coming across as being much more intelligent Here you rail against McCain supporters whom you classify as bigoted yet in another question you openly admit to attacking Sarah Palin Try doing some research and come back with a better knowledge base and then answer some questions Thank you References Malcolm Equis Commented on April 27 2010 at 4 54 pm Reply Keep believing that the political landscape is changing But the truth is that it is the same as ever Obama was simply more subtle in his attacks than McCain Obama gave as good as he got and then some Obama is more like Karl Rove than I would like I supported Obama and continue to do so but I also know that Obama knows how to play this game just like Rove does References Marvin the Martian Commented on April 27 2010 at 5 42 pm Reply Those whose candidates lost two elections to Rove simply can t find the honesty to give the man his due He is good at what he does It might be wise to give the man his due he could very well be instrumental in bringing more people to power As for Lee Atwater his conscience is his business It s normal for people to look back on life and regret what we ve done References Potomac Two Step Commented on April 27 2010 at 6 14 pm Reply No I think you fail to understand that people voted with their pocketbook and unfortuantely for them they thought Obama would be a better choice References fastheidegger Commented on April 27 2010 at 6 40 pm Reply Ever since Karl Rove left the Republican party has lost Congress and the White House Coincidence References salukikaren Commented on April 27 2010 at 7 21 pm Reply None I have always thought he was behind Palin s inciting the crowd into screaming about killing the terrorist That kind of garbage lost them the election I hope Mr Rove fades away we don t need that kind of schoolboy tactics References Union Fireman for McCain Palin Commented on April 27 2010 at 8 10 pm Reply No He brought McCain to within a few percentage points of Obama in an election that Obama should ve walked away

    Original URL path: http://politicalcampaignstrategy.org/political-strategist/how-much-credibility-does-karl-rove-have-now-as-a-political-strategist?replytocom=37 (2016-02-16)
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  • How much credibility does Karl Rove have now as a political strategist? | Political Campaign Strategy
    I can only hope that this election taught him something You can win without dragging everyone through the mud McCain s campaign was one of the sleaziest I can remember I m so glad that Americans didn t respond to it this time References TRM Commented on April 27 2010 at 4 48 pm Reply Vague terms like changing political landscape don t provide any context for your question If you mean the sheer fact that Obama won then I don t see your point because Rove had nothing to do with the McCain campaign He has been out of politics since 2005 So you re not really making any sense And Joshua I m sorry but your not coming across as being much more intelligent Here you rail against McCain supporters whom you classify as bigoted yet in another question you openly admit to attacking Sarah Palin Try doing some research and come back with a better knowledge base and then answer some questions Thank you References Malcolm Equis Commented on April 27 2010 at 4 54 pm Reply Keep believing that the political landscape is changing But the truth is that it is the same as ever Obama was simply more subtle in his attacks than McCain Obama gave as good as he got and then some Obama is more like Karl Rove than I would like I supported Obama and continue to do so but I also know that Obama knows how to play this game just like Rove does References Marvin the Martian Commented on April 27 2010 at 5 42 pm Reply Those whose candidates lost two elections to Rove simply can t find the honesty to give the man his due He is good at what he does It might be wise to give the man his due he could very well be instrumental in bringing more people to power As for Lee Atwater his conscience is his business It s normal for people to look back on life and regret what we ve done References Potomac Two Step Commented on April 27 2010 at 6 14 pm Reply No I think you fail to understand that people voted with their pocketbook and unfortuantely for them they thought Obama would be a better choice References fastheidegger Commented on April 27 2010 at 6 40 pm Reply Ever since Karl Rove left the Republican party has lost Congress and the White House Coincidence References salukikaren Commented on April 27 2010 at 7 21 pm Reply None I have always thought he was behind Palin s inciting the crowd into screaming about killing the terrorist That kind of garbage lost them the election I hope Mr Rove fades away we don t need that kind of schoolboy tactics References Union Fireman for McCain Palin Commented on April 27 2010 at 8 10 pm Reply No He brought McCain to within a few percentage points of Obama in an election that Obama should ve walked away with

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  • How much credibility does Karl Rove have now as a political strategist? | Political Campaign Strategy
    can only hope that this election taught him something You can win without dragging everyone through the mud McCain s campaign was one of the sleaziest I can remember I m so glad that Americans didn t respond to it this time References TRM Commented on April 27 2010 at 4 48 pm Reply Vague terms like changing political landscape don t provide any context for your question If you mean the sheer fact that Obama won then I don t see your point because Rove had nothing to do with the McCain campaign He has been out of politics since 2005 So you re not really making any sense And Joshua I m sorry but your not coming across as being much more intelligent Here you rail against McCain supporters whom you classify as bigoted yet in another question you openly admit to attacking Sarah Palin Try doing some research and come back with a better knowledge base and then answer some questions Thank you References Malcolm Equis Commented on April 27 2010 at 4 54 pm Reply Keep believing that the political landscape is changing But the truth is that it is the same as ever Obama was simply more subtle in his attacks than McCain Obama gave as good as he got and then some Obama is more like Karl Rove than I would like I supported Obama and continue to do so but I also know that Obama knows how to play this game just like Rove does References Marvin the Martian Commented on April 27 2010 at 5 42 pm Reply Those whose candidates lost two elections to Rove simply can t find the honesty to give the man his due He is good at what he does It might be wise to give the man his due he could very well be instrumental in bringing more people to power As for Lee Atwater his conscience is his business It s normal for people to look back on life and regret what we ve done References Potomac Two Step Commented on April 27 2010 at 6 14 pm Reply No I think you fail to understand that people voted with their pocketbook and unfortuantely for them they thought Obama would be a better choice References fastheidegger Commented on April 27 2010 at 6 40 pm Reply Ever since Karl Rove left the Republican party has lost Congress and the White House Coincidence References salukikaren Commented on April 27 2010 at 7 21 pm Reply None I have always thought he was behind Palin s inciting the crowd into screaming about killing the terrorist That kind of garbage lost them the election I hope Mr Rove fades away we don t need that kind of schoolboy tactics References Union Fireman for McCain Palin Commented on April 27 2010 at 8 10 pm Reply No He brought McCain to within a few percentage points of Obama in an election that Obama should ve walked away with considering

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  • Is it possible that al queda could execute a more effective political strategy to accomplish their goals than? | Political Campaign Strategy
    the power vacuum left as U S troops pull out especially if America looks weak Iran has a major say in their effectiveness in Iraq and Afghanistan Al Qaeda is expanding into Africa and may be resurgent in the future as they will be largely unopposed by the Obama administration References Leave a Reply to Live to Fish Click here to cancel reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website Home Political Market Research and Surveys Grassroots Campaign Social Media Buzz Building Search Engine Marketing Online Advertising Political Email Marketing Multi Channel Press Release Distribution About Us Contact Us More News Your Political Goals Are Our Goals These days no campaign has a ghost of a chance Ron Paul has a good chance to win nomination said Republican Strategist Burkman Are you jealous he even said that all others don t have a single How do you become a political strategist consultant What is the path to this career How hard is Political Sci and History majors What are some strategies when reading college level history books I have problems comprehending scholarly history books I believe that Political Strategy The Un decided Vote is at 20 History shows

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  • Is it possible that al queda could execute a more effective political strategy to accomplish their goals than? | Political Campaign Strategy
    in the power vacuum left as U S troops pull out especially if America looks weak Iran has a major say in their effectiveness in Iraq and Afghanistan Al Qaeda is expanding into Africa and may be resurgent in the future as they will be largely unopposed by the Obama administration References Leave a Reply to jbbrant1 Click here to cancel reply Name required Mail will not be published required Website Home Political Market Research and Surveys Grassroots Campaign Social Media Buzz Building Search Engine Marketing Online Advertising Political Email Marketing Multi Channel Press Release Distribution About Us Contact Us More News Your Political Goals Are Our Goals These days no campaign has a ghost of a chance Ron Paul has a good chance to win nomination said Republican Strategist Burkman Are you jealous he even said that all others don t have a single How do you become a political strategist consultant What is the path to this career How hard is Political Sci and History majors What are some strategies when reading college level history books I have problems comprehending scholarly history books I believe that Political Strategy The Un decided Vote is at 20 History shows the

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