There's been a big emphasis on this site lately about the importance of putting money into field operations rather than TV ads. I tend to agree, but does field have limits? Would a seriously strong field program be able to flip, say, an R+8 district? I think it's a question we need to discuss, because sharing good field techniques is something can really help out a lot of campaigns, particularly at the local level.
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