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

Jano Cabrera on KCRW

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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