Jano Cabrera

Democratic strategist

Guest

Democratic strategist, working liberal interest groups involved with micro-targeting, he worked with the Democratic National Committee in 2004 and the Gore presidential campaign in 2000

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National polls show the Democrats poised to take over the
House and possibly the Senate. Yet, despite everything from Congressional
scandals to Iraq,
President Bush insists he is…

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National polls show the Democrats poised to take over the House and possibly the Senate. Yet, despite everything from Congressional scandals to Iraq, President Bush insists he is…

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National polls show the Democrats poised to take over the House and possibly the Senate.

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National polls show the Democrats poised to take over the House and possibly the Senate.

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