Tag: Campaign Strategy

This Woman’s Job Is to Recast Hillary Clinton’s Image

Amy Chozick, New York Times – April 3, 2015

Having helped shape Mrs. Obama’s public image into that of an accessible everywoman, Kristina Schake is about to face what may be her toughest challenge yet: working to get another first lady, Hillary Rodham Clinton, elected president.

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GOP’s Carly Fiorina: I’d Stop Hillary from Pulling ‘Woman Card’

Bill Hoffmann, Newsmax – April 2, 2015

Fiorina vowed that if she enters the 2016 presidential race, the former secretary of state will no longer be able to raise the “woman card” when ranting against Republicans. “This battle with Hillary Clinton needs to be about track record, accomplishment, leadership, capability, character,” Fiorina, the former CEO of Hewlett-Packard, said.

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Clinton Opponents Hone New Barbs and Attacks as 2016 Campaign Nears

Amy Chozick, New York Times – January 23, 2015

Few modern political figures inspire the animus that Hillary Rodham Clinton generates, and the cottage industry that opposes her never really goes out of business. But as Mrs. Clinton prepares for a likely presidential campaign in 2016, the sprawling network is evolving to attack her on new grounds.

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