Here is a question I would be interested hearing answered by the readers of BlueNC:
Should we support candidates (time/money/workers)where we don't have any chance of winning or should we direct our resources to campaigns that are winable but could use a little help to get over the hump?
I know there are many definitions of winning, I used to be very active with the Green Party and we ran many educational campaigns that we knew going in that we had no chance of winning at the ballot box but we ran them to get our message out.
So, BlueNC'ers what are your thoughts?
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