1. ranked in priority --
1. current flight on budget now-Nov 15 $10 mil, all party
2. Now -November 15 (second priority)
2. post primary flight, negs on repubs $15 mil, all camp
3. primary flight, defend agasint attacks, $15 mil, $12 mil party, $3 mil camp
4. Nov 15- Jan 15, claim credit, $10 mil, all party
a. attack Republican education, medicare, medicaid cuts; promote
Clinton's balanced budget plan
3. November 15 - January 15 (fourth--lowest -- priority)
b. $10 million pay for it entirely with DNC money
1. swing states
c. do it through state parties so only need 40% hard money
2. Moderate Republican Senator States
a. recite achievements: budget, welfare, tax cut, crime, etc.
4. January 15-April 15 (third priority)
b. $10 mil -- all through DNC/state parties
1. swing states
a. answers to Republican primary attacks on us
5. Post primary April 15-Convention (second priority)
b. $15 million - run in primary states which are also swing states for us
c. Need to work to make it state parties/DNC
1. create relationship to current legislation
d. Ultimately, likely about $3 mil out of campaign and $12 mil out of party
2.defend more Dems than Clinton; attack more republicans than Dole
3. run in non primary states as well
4. run in some areas well before primary
a. attack Republican nominee
b. all campaign or 441 DNC
c. swing states - $15 million
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