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EdWeek Story Rehashes What You Already Know About Campaign Advisors

Oly8 You won't find much that hasn't already been covered in Alyson Klein's new story on campaign advisors -- especially not on the Democratic side, which I've written about extensively.  Give Klein extra demerits for relying on as Petrilli and Rotherham rather than folks inside the campaigns themselves for quotes. All is not lost, however.  Klein does fill in some new Republican names, and does get Rotherham to admit what everyone knew but he failed to admit for months to his readers:  that he was a Clinton advisor (Advisers Take Public Roles in Campaigns EdWeek).

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