Reed Galen, the deputy campaign manager, and Rob Jesmer, the political director, have joined the list of those quiting the campaign, Johnathan Martin reports. The fact that these top resignations have been made public without the campaign immediately announcing a clear succession plan, suggests to me that that they were not planned by the campaign, but happened suddenly. The campaign had better announce a clear plan of who is in charge (indications are it’ll be Rick Davis), and soon, because the longer there are reports of a mass exodus among McCain staffers without an indication that this is all part of a larger plan, it will look less like a mid-campaign shakeup, and more like the end of the road.
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