Where's Jason? -- UPDATE | Arkansas Blog

Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Where's Jason? -- UPDATE

Posted By on Tue, Apr 24, 2007 at 9:30 AM

Blake Rutherford's blog says former Mike Huckabee right-hand-man Jason Brady has really left the presidential campaign this time. His item mentions there's a bit of a tizzy because Brady might have taken some info used in fund-raising. Given that fund-raising hasn't been exactly scintillating so far, you have to wonder about the damage potential.

UPDATE: I asked spokesperson Alice Stewart about the departure. Her response:

Jason has left the campaign because we have had some structural changes in the way things are organized.

We will putting a lot of our field staff physically in Iowa very soon and it is not practical for him with a family here.

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