Culp's campaign looks like a long con
Shadowy consultant rides off to Vegas with at least 10 percent of the $3M raised
Imagine that you’re a hustling conservative political consultant looking for his next gig. Now imagine that a small-town police chief suddenly becomes a hero of the gun-rights movement. Then imagine that chief decides to run for governor as a Republican, in a blue state where the GOP has the same chance in 2020 as an ice cube in a blast furnace.
Sounds like a loser, right? Who wants to spend a year beating his head against a structural disadvantage and walk away with a double-digit loss on his record?
Well, what if it wasn’t about the winning at all? What if it was all about the money?
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