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Offline mystery-ak

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Lavish Democratic spending on unionized campaign staff could hand Trump crucial advantage in 2020
by Joseph Simonson
 | August 08, 2019 01:42 PM



Competing in the largest primary field in history, 2020 Democratic presidential contenders are affiliating with labor unions and offering lavish benefits to campaign staff to attract talent and bolster their liberal bona fides.

But those employment decisions could spell disaster, leading to profligate spending and inflexible work schedules, handing a major boost to President Trump in the 2020 general election.

Traditionally, presidential campaigns are staffed by young political junkies who operate on little sleep and almost no money, fueled by their idealistic fervor and sustained by the hope that their selfless service could eventually be rewarded with a job in the White House.

In 2020, that is changing as campaign staff demand the type of pay and benefits more associated with 9-to-5 office jobs and commutes to and from suburbia.

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Reading between the lines here....

Are the Rats having trouble attracting the young, idealistic volunteers?  So much so they have to hire them instead?  I've been wondering about this since that story about Sanders not paying $15/hour to his workers.
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