Want to know what it’s like deep inside the Hillary Clinton campaign?
October 10, 2016
There are bodies of campaign staffers literally everywhere: under stairs, on bean bags up against every wall, standing up at the end of cubicles, and wherever there is an electrical outlet, you will find a staffer, pecking away at a keyboard and frowning at a bluish laptop screen. There are more than 800 of them here in Brooklyn.
Lisa Kinsella and Hillary Clinton deputy comms director Mary Jennings Rutherford in front of HQ's 'celebrity wall.' Photograph courtesy of Warren Kinsella
BROOKLYN, N.Y.—Want to know what it’s like deep inside the Hillary Clinton campaign?
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