Political analyst Stuart Rothenberg talks campaign strategies from both side of the aisle for the 2014 mid-term election-cycle. From Roll Call,
“Earlier this year, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee disclosed that through its Bannock Street project, it would spend $60 million to put 4,000 paid staffers on the ground in its attempt to retain control of the Senate.
“The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee has not been as explicit about its plans for the cycle. But committee operatives say the DCCC will “triple the size” of its 2010 field program and point out that as of the beginning of April, organizers were in place in 33 congressional districts.”