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Matt Collins
01-22-2008, 08:25 PM
Without Fred Ė how to now win Tennessee:




Everyone had assumed Fred would win his home state of Tennessee. Since Fred has dropped out Tennessee is up for grabs.


STRATEGIC ANALYSIS:

- Huckabee is Ron Paulís biggest threat in Tennessee because he is a Baptist minister. However many conservatives in the State will be voting on the illegal immigration issue and are strongly against Huckabee because of his record on the issue.

- McCain is our second biggest threat, however many Republicans consider him liberal due to his stances on illegal immigration and his voting record

- Romney most likely wonít do well in Tennessee

- Rudy wonít do well in Tennessee



Many of our non-advocacy phone calls have yielded the fact that most of those voters who were not supporting Fred are still undecided.

Since Ron Paul is now the ONLY REPUBLICAN with offices in Tennessee (Nashville (HQ), Memphis, Cleveland and Tullahoma), and is the ONLY REPUBLICAN actively campaigning in the State, Tennessee is ours for the taking.

This is not to mention that the primary is open so that we can pull from the independent/Democrat voting bloc, and the delegate system is NOT winner take all. Ron Paul has the most delegates on the ballot. DELEGATES CAN BE WON IN TN!!!




We need to run radio spots on conservative talk radio stations ASAP in order to absorb all of Fredís former supporters before they decide to vote for Huck or McCain. If we want to win Tennessee, then we need to target advertising to the voters in the State.

Running TV ads on selected TV stations would be also beneficial.


WTN is the largest and most listened to conservative talk station in the Middle Tennessee area. WLAC carries Rush and Hannity. 94 The Fish is a local Christian for-profit powerhouse.


Radio spots on WTN are $112 (1-8pm), $86 (5a-1p)
WLAC: $30 at peak (mid-day) $20 for morning drive, and $20 for afternoon drive
94.1 The Fish: $45 is the most expensive, $35 is medium, and $15 is least expensive
(all spots are 30 seconds)

I also have the rate card for Comcast for advertising on cable channels if anyone wants that.

I have contact for each and every station mentioned above collecting dust. I also have information for media outlets in other parts of the state.


PLEASE don't let TN go to waste because the State is low hanging fruit for winning over conservatives and getting more RP delegates to the convention.



IF ANYONE WOULD LIKE TO BUY ADVERTISING IN TENNESSEE PLEASE LET ME KNOW!!!!

Matt Collins
01-24-2008, 04:33 PM
Bump

WilliamC
01-24-2008, 04:35 PM
For what it's worth Thad Cochran, senior Senator from Mississippi, endorsed Romney today. I have a feeling he is going to be the establishment Republican candidate from here on out.

Matt Collins
01-24-2008, 09:47 PM
For what it's worth Thad Cochran, senior Senator from Mississippi, endorsed Romney today. I have a feeling he is going to be the establishment Republican candidate from here on out.
ugh... so who are all of the conservatives going to support?

WilliamC
01-25-2008, 08:34 AM
ugh... so who are all of the conservatives going to support?

That's the problem, the establishment Republicans are trying to redefine "Conservatism" to mean Romney.

Matt Collins
01-25-2008, 12:46 PM
That's the problem, the establishment Republicans are trying to redefine "Conservatism" to mean Romney.

War means peace. Work means freedom. Slavery is liberty. Taxes mean wealth. :rolleyes:

Matt Collins
01-26-2008, 01:01 PM
Bump

TexMac
01-26-2008, 01:07 PM
Is the campaign running any ads in TN?

Matt Collins
01-26-2008, 01:57 PM
Is the campaign running any ads in TN?Not presently, but i have heard from a reliable source that they are about to.

TexMac
01-26-2008, 02:41 PM
Hope so.