Posted By RichC on March 8, 2008
Last night Bill O’Reilly, of the O’Reilly Factor, had former Bush advisor Karl Rove on his television program to discuss campaign strategies. Rove concluded that although last Tuesday was a win for Senator Hillary Clinton, she will need to win 58 percent of the remaining delegates whereas Senator Barack Obama needs only 42 percent. That’s a significant hurdle for the Clinton campaign.
Concerns for the Republicans will be keeping Senator John McCain front and center now that his nomination has been clinched. He offered some ideas as to how that might be accomplished. A worthwhile interview from a pretty savvy campaign strategist.