Given the controversy surrounding the fictitious names found in Barack Obama’s donor database, last night I asked the campaign’s chief strategist, David Axelrod: ‘In the interest of full transparency, would you consider releasing the names of donors under $200”?
Here’s what he had to say:
“The fact is that we have 2.5 or more million donors…and the logistical nightmare associated with that in the closing weeks of the campaign are such that it would be very hard to do. I think that what we would be willing to do is say that in the future, we’ll have a mechanism in place, because we didn’t know, nobody anticipated the volume of support that we’ve gotten in this campaign.”
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