When the Republican National Committee released its post-2012 autopsy report in March, the “Growth and Opportunity Project,” it mentioned the so-called “tech gap” as one of the biggest factors in the party’s continued decline at the national level. Indeed, it admitted that the Democrats had a “clear edge” in get-out-the-vote technology and promised to build a “culture of data and learning” that has been conspicuously absent in the GOP. “A commitment to greater technology and digital resources … is critical,” the report read.
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Ryan Neil Lund
Executive Director, People's Majority