thehill.com — The liberal Campaign for America’s Future is launching an economic war room to help congressional challengers, state and local officials and activists navigate what is currently the top issue of the 2008 campaign.
The $440,000 project is set to deliver its message to about 50 congressional campaigns and thousands of officials, bloggers and activists, said Campaign for America’s Future co-director Robert Borosage.
Borosage said the war room approach is important because the economy is such a fast-changing issue.
“There is constant new information coming in; there’s a constant set of different hooks you can use to make the argument,” Borosage said.
The war room is working in concert with author Drew Westen and Democratic pollster Celinda Lake, and it will provide poll-tested talking points. The Economic Policy Institute will also be providing facts, figures and opinions.
The project will be detailed in a conference call Wednesday.
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