Donnie Fowler, the founder and CEO of Dogpatch Strategies, a consulting firm that works with tech firms, has been picked by the Democratic National Committee with leading the effort to get voters to the polls for Hillary Clinton on November 8. He told Politico that the main difference between the campaigns is that Donald Trump is great at marketing but lacks a sales team—"nobody to go to the voter and make the sale. And Hillary has a very deep and sophisticated sales team."
Of course, Fowler is not such a strange choice given his pedigree—he's the son of longtime DNC chairman Don Fowler and he's worked on plenty of presidential campaigns going back to Al Gore's failed effort in 2000. MB