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In response to these attacks on supporters and superdelegates, Correct The Record is launching the Barrier Breakers 2016 digital task force. While Hillary Clinton fights to break down barriers and bring America together, the Barrier Breakers 2016 digital task force will serve as a resource for supporters looking for positive content and push-back to share with their online progressive communities, as well as thanking prominent supporters and committed superdelegates on social media.
Correct The Record will invest more than $1 million into Barrier Breakers 2016 activities, including the more than tripling of its digital operation to engage in online messaging both for Secretary Clinton and to push back against attackers on social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, Reddit, and Instagram. Barrier Breakers 2016 is a project of Correct The Record and the brainchild of David Brock, and the task force will be overseen by President of Correct The Record Brad Woodhouse and Digital Director Benjamin Fischbein. The task force staff’s backgrounds are as diverse as the community they will be engaging with and include former reporters, bloggers, public affairs specialists, designers, Ready for Hillary alumni, and Hillary super fans who have led groups similar to those with which the task force will organize.
Lessons learned from online engagement with “Bernie Bros” during the Democratic Primary will be applied to the rest of the primary season and general election–responding quickly and forcefully to negative attacks and false narratives. Additionally, as the general election approaches, the task force will begin to push out information to Sanders supporters online, encouraging them to support Hillary Clinton.
originally posted by: Sillyolme
a reply to: Eilasvaleleyn
Well you didn't answer me when I asked if you thought that every single citizen who was not able to vote would have been voting for sanders? That's a baseless assumption. I'm thinking that not everyone who couldn't vote was going to vote for Sanders so Trump voters were shut out and Clinton voters were shut out too.
To think otherwise requires prescience on the part of the board of elections to know which folks who registered democrat would vote for Sanders and just remove them from the rolls.
The rules for switching parties are not new and each voter is responsible to know what is required, where they vote and should confirm that information on line with their precinct.