The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee and U.S. Sen. Barrack Obama (D-Ill.) should scrub their donor lists or at least update them more carefully.
I received a Democratic fund-raising mailer, but am not only a Republican "prime" voter. I am also formerly a Rudolph Giuliani official, alternative delegate and presently the Queens County Republican Party executive vice chairman and Queens Coordinator for McCain 2008.
I am routinely contacted by media for comment regarding the Republican position or updates on Republican campaigns. Mailing fund-raising requests to solid Republican activists does not seem to be the best use of either Obama's or the DSCC's donor dollars.
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