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Top Campaign Managers & Strategists on 2012 Election

Tampa, FL
Thursday, August 30, 2012

All this week, the National Journal holds daily updates from the GOP convention.

Today, top campaign managers and senior strategists joined the panel to discuss their views of the campaign. Panelists include: Rick Santorum's senior strategist John Brabender;  GOP strategist and former adviser to the George W. Bush and John McCain, Terry Nelson; Sara Fagen; White House political director under George W. Bush; and top strategist to Chris Christie, Michael DuHaime.

Join C-SPAN today for gavel to gavel coverage of the Republican Convention, and beginning September 4 for the Democratic Convention.

Updated: Friday, August 31, 2012 at 12:17am (ET)

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