Tea Party Activists Go To Training School To Be Candidates

01/30/2011 10:23 pm ET | Updated May 25, 2011
  • Michael Levenson The Boston Globe

Among the key lessons for first-time Tea Party candidates: Talk about issues that "regular people'' care about. That means candidates should not "geek out about the Fed,'' and other pet issues debated within the movement, said Chris Faulkner, a direct-mail guru who helped lead the training. Faulkner organized the direct-mail campaign for Scott Brown's Senate campaign last year.

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