Since Donna Brazile, Vice-Chair of the Democratic National Committee, has a proven track record of managing several presidential campaigns, I just had to ask her about the differences she sees between President Obama and Governor Romney's campaigns. Citing Karl Rove's efforts as campaign manager for President George W. Bush, Donna pointed out how organized and focused the Republican party is in their efforts during the presidential election season. She even admitted that one of her greatest frustrations was the way the Democratic Party seems to re-tool itself every four years in preparation for the upcoming presidential election.
For more on Donna Brazile's illustrious career, see her political journey to Vice-Chair of the DNC:
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