Can the Republican Party save itself from its obsolete approach to digital technology
Robert Draper has a LONG PIECE in the current issue of The New York Times Magazine dealing with the problems facing the Republican Party because of its lack of sophisticated digital technology (as dramatized in the article by the illustration above).
A few excerpts:
One afternoon last month, I paid a visit to two young Republicans named Bret Jacobson and Ian Spencer, who work in a small office in Arlington, Va., situated above an antique store and adjacent to a Japanese auto shop. Their five-man company, Red Edge, is a digital-advocacy group for conservative causes, and their days are typically ...