From Political Wire:
Campaign Tip of the Day: “Always assume you’re being recorded, and always record your opponent.”
As a proponent of Practical Politics, this is the simple type of advice that can change a campaign. This advice only leaves out one thing: Always…always…audio or video record every appearance of your own candidate. Unfortunately, most campaigns won’t spend the money or resources to do this type of Oppo tracking.
This can not only be an objective record of the event but a very useful tool to help sharpen the campaign, and candidate, presentation. It’s simple: the better the presentation…the better the results. Having a video to study will impact the candidate if they take the time to watch it.
[BTW: We need to take good advice from any source.]