Watch the Clip: KB on Obamacare/Millenials (FoxNews)

Click here to see the video from my FoxNews Appearance on Sunday, December 8 2013


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Millenials’ Opinion on Obama (and ObamaCare) Souring

Frankly, I’m surprised it’s taken this long. A poll from earlier this week, conducted by Harvard University, shows that 57 percent of young people disapprove of Obamacare and 47 percent say they would ‘recall’ Obama if they could.  What’s happening here? How could the very generation that catapulted President Obama to the Presidency TWICE with record turnout and intense...
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My Post on Campaigns & Elections Blog: “In Fundraising, the Kickoff Matters”

Crossposted from Campaign & Elections Magazine’s Blog – “Campaign Insider” on Monday, December 2nd   In fundraising, the kickoff matters by Kirsten Borman / Dec 02 2013 At the launch of a campaign, fundraising probably isn’t the first thing on a candidate’s mind, but it should be. Sure, it’s a hectic, confusing time. And most candidates know that they must raise...
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KB in the News: National Journal – Where Women Win in Washington

Article HERE Men still dominate politics, government, and lobbying, but in fundraising, women play on level turf By Elahe Izadi –November 11, 2013 Ann Herberger had designs on becoming “a great Broadway actress.” That’s before she ended up in Washington in the 1980s, and under the tutelage of an accomplished female fundraiser. Now based in Miami, she raises cash full-time for prominent...
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KB in the News: Why Ann Romney Was Right – March 5, 2013

Why Ann Romney is right — a Republican rebuttal Read article via the Washington Post HERE   By Chris Cillizza, Updated: March 5, 2013 After we penned a piece on Monday titled “Ann Romney is wrong” that disputed her idea that the media bore a major share of the blame for her husband’s defeat last November, Kirsten Borman, a Republican consultant with Florida ties, took issue with the piece...
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