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Revitalized RNC has the cash and staff to trigger elephant stampede

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The RNC appointed Bettina Inclan to manage its Hispanic voter outreach program nationally and in target states, which eventually will include field efforts, and already includes social media and a new website.

All this has been done in 15 months.

“We are at least 90 days ahead of where the RNC has ever been in history,” Mr. Priebus recently said in a statement. Given the mess he inherited, that is quite an accomplishment.

If Republicans win the White House in 2012, the RNC will be a major reason why.

Matt Mackowiak is a Republican consultant and president of Potomac Strategy Group.

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