Jennifer: The biggest concern I have from that story is that the change is at the behest of Thompson’s wife. Spouses need to know their place in a campaign. A husband or wife of the candidate should make suggestions and let his or her concerns be known. But unless he or she has considerable campaign experience, he or she needs to let the professionals run the campaign. Over-interference from the spouse usually ends in a loss.
At this point, we don’t know if this is just a one-time intervention by Jeri Thompson, or if it is part of a pattern. But one thing is for sure: it is not a good sign.
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