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  • In the Green Room: Scott Brown Strategist Robert Willington

    In the wake of the historic election of Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown, observers have expressed interest in the strategy behind his online campaign. Three members of the Scott Brown team visited The Heritage Foundation yesterday to talk about the campaign’s incredible success. Afterwards, we sat down with Robert Willington, one of the chief architects of their web strategy.

    When asked how conservatives can continue to stoke the momentum they currently enjoy online, Mr. Willington replied, “By being conservative. By having a conservative message. Conservative activists are not in this for anything other than for the power of ideas and their philosophy, so they will be engaged as long as the message is there.”

    Posted in Ongoing Priorities [slideshow_deploy]

    One Response to In the Green Room: Scott Brown Strategist Robert Willington

    1. G.Otis, Ypsilanti, M says:


      Can you please ask chief architect, Mr. Willington, why recently, in the main-stream media, Scott Brown appears to be distancing himself from us true "conservative activists"? What is the "strategy" for success in that?

      ABC/WALTERS: The Tea Party movement was important to your victory. How influential do you think the Tea Party movement is going to be?

      BROWN: Well, you're making an assumption that the Tea Party movement was influential, and I have to respectfully disagree. It was everybody. I had a plurality…

      Full transcript found here: http://www.politicsdaily.com/2010/01/31/transcrip



    2. TopTrendingTopics says:

      There were so many people talking about Scott Brown on Twitter that it was one of the top trending topics for a while – check out the video at http://www.joshrimer.com/scott-brown-arealwifey-c… to see some of the more entertaining ones in a funny video. :-)

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