Political operatives who run campaigns.
"The podcast is a great outlet for a lot of this frustration, right? Now, finally, we have like an opportunity to be part of that conversation."
"If you're not writing with short paragraphs, what are we even doing here? Most people are going to read these on their phones. You want to write it so that it's easy to read, easier to skip."
"Why don't we take just a teeny little bit off of the placement and make a damn good ad."
I think you'll see political campaigns sort of leading the way, even in front of corporations in terms of how they're utilizing this technology because they've gotta take risks to win.
"Just imagine going to the Super Bowl and getting the playbook handed to you from the team that you're going up against. This is basically what the Democrats do."
Go run a state Senate race. You're gonna learn 10 times more about campaigns and politics and how to do it by running a state senate race than you ever will by working on a presidential campaign.
"We have to do this better. There's no chance we'll catch up to the Democrats, at least come to parity with them unless we start treating our donors better."
"The call came in at noon. We were up at 6:00 PM on St. Patrick's Day and ran all weekend, and were successful on Wednesday. So as long as you have a relationship with your digital consultant, we'll take that call and we'll get it done."
"We are seeing fundraising abuses on the part of some candidates and some party committees that are just the highest form of malpractice."
"We had a more comprehensive picture of the Ohio primary electorate than any other campaign in the state in history."
"I learned more from my experience of running for office than I did majoring in political science."
"My brain works in very weird ways. Number one is that when a script comes, I can't get to the laptop fast enough."
"Even the candidates who don't win end up with positive impressions among voters that lets them run for future offices."