Skip to comments.Can Silicon Valley save Karl Rove? (Tokyo Rove seeks cash for ORCA Part Deux)
Posted on 03/25/2013 6:28:33 AM PDT by jimbo123
The GOP is working with Silicon Valley investors to digitally target voters and donors in a broader effort by the Republican National Committee to revive the party.
The venture, whose mission is still being refined, will create an interactive platform available to any GOP campaign to access the party's vast amount of data on voters. This platform will likely work in conjunction with the RNC's efforts to improve its own database of voter information.
The venture is being backed by Karl Rove and fomer Bain & Co. executive and private equity investor Richard Boyce. Sun Microsystems co-founder Scott McNealy will serve as an adviser to the team working on the project.
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Team Romney reaches for MORE MONEY for themselves
having made Obama pRes_ _ent TWICE for Romney.
Heh, the ‘rats have already bought and paid for silicon valley.
Yep, it’s about time a book was written about his 13 years of failure..oh, wait....
Hahaha, Rove...whew. It’s good to start Monday with a laugh.
Crazy Uncle Karl believes us ignorant rednecks in the T.E.A. Party must embrace homosexual marriage & amnesty to win elections.
Tokyo is on Fox right now.
The RNC and GOP has no clue what Silicon Valley is about.
They lost most of the few Republican CEO’s years ago.
Rove proved how spectacularly incompetent he is in the last election, where he spend hundreds of millions and didn’t get anyone elected to anything. These fools would do better to take a couple million and throw it into the furnace. At least it would keep them warm.
I will say this about Rove, he built a good GOTV machine in 2004.