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E-Blast: Showtime’s “The Circus” Features Terrance Woodbury and HIT Strategies Focus Groups of Democratic Voters

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DON’T MISS IT: Showtime’s “The Circus” Features Terrance Woodbury and HIT Strategies Focus Groups of Democratic Voters. More Coverage in MSNBC’S Morning Joe and Politico.

Last Sunday, HIT Strategies founding partner Terrance Woodbury appeared on Showtime’s The Circus: Inside the Greatest Political Show on Earth. Terrance sat with Mark McKinnon to discuss HIT’s latest focus groups of Democratic voters, President Biden, and why the Democratic Party should shift its strategy ahead of the 2022 midterm election.

In the interview, Terrance conveyed that the Democratic Party needed to mobilize the Democratic base ahead of the 2022 midterm by talking about the administration’s successes, addressing racism and discrimination head-on, and fighting the Republican culture wars with a forward vision for a multi-racial America, not playing defense.

Here’s a clip from Terrance’s interview on The Circus.
Prior to the Showtime appearance, Politico reporters Ryan Lizza and Eugene Daniels featured HIT’s focus groups as the headline of last Tuesday’s Political Playbook: Why Biden’s base is in distress.
Following Politico, Eugene Daniels joined MSNBC’s Morning Joe where he presented HIT’s data. Watch the full clip here
Finally, on Monday, Mark McKinnon joined Morning Joe to discuss Sunday’s episode of The Circus, where Mika Brzezinski, Al Sharpton, and Joe Scarborough discussed Terrance’s segment on Showtime. Watch the clip here:
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