In the historic 2008 presidential campaign, Steve Hildebrand served as the deputy national campaign manager for Barack Obama. Joining with Obama in September 2006, before the senator made the decision to seek the presidency, Hildebrand was at the forefront of all strategic decisions and helped to craft the groundbreaking grassroots campaign strategy from the quite beginning. From savvy marketing to the use of the internet and small donors, Hildebrand’s strategy helped raise an astonishing $750 million for the candidate, shattering records and changing the political landscape forever. [+]
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