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DNC Has Early Edge

With Ken Mehlman on his way out, and Sen. Mel Martinez on his way in, it seems like the RNC is falling behind the DNC ... at least when it comes to defining the rival candidates.  According to The Hill:

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"The Democratic National Committee (DNC) has gotten an early jump on the 2008 election by launching an aggressive communications campaign to discredit potential GOP presidential candidates, an effort that has not yet been matched by the Republican National Committee (RNC)."

 

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