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Topic - Jonathan Collegio
Jonathan Collegio, spokesman for American Crossroads, which spent $471,000 on behalf of Mr. Jolly, said Democrats ran their best recruit against a "relatively weak Republican" in a district that had voted for President Obama twice.
"In short, everything went right for them and they still lost — and this is a bad omen for any Democrat running in 2014," Mr. Collegio said.