If it weren't for Chuck McGee, there never would have been a New Hampshire phone jamming. McGee, then the Executive Director of the New Hampshire Republican State Committee, is a former Marine, and the idea of jamming the enemy's communications on Election Day was his inspiration.
That's just the sort of original thinking that the next generation of conservative strategists needs. So no doubt they'll benefit when they show up for the "GOP Campaign School" put on by the Republican direct mail outfit McGee works for.
According to a flier put out by Spectrum, McGee's employer, and obtained by The New Hampshire Union Leader, the school is a two-day seminar, "a nuts and bolts boot camp." Most ominously, it promises to give students "all the tools you need to win." McGee signs the flier as âvice president/political and corporate communications.â
Apparently McGee won't actually be leading the seminar - that honor goes to a former member of Maine's House of Representatives. But I imagine he'll be there to pull pupils aside and let them know how it's really done.