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Monday, 8 April 2013

WASHINGTON - "The campaign trail never ends", said campaign strategist Jennifer O'Hair in a Whitehouse interview last Thursday. She, among other professionals, has been working relentlessly since Obama's inauguration in January to uncover campaign strategies for the upcoming 2016 elections.

After months of research, O'Hair believes that she has discovered a strategy that could deliver either candidate a winning edge. "It will be an opportunity for any candidate to capitalize on, regardless of party affiliation. Republican or Democrat, they could sway millions of new voters in 2016…" Said O'Hair.

These "new voters" she is referring to are the millions of 15 and 16-year-old Twilight Saga fans who will be legal voters in 2016. O'Hair supposes that if some of these young and easily influenced Twilight fans favor one candidate, the rest will follow - capturing over 10 million Twilight voters nation wide.

O'Hare's assistant, Brandon Smith, explained in depth how exactly how they plan on mobilizing this army of voters.

"If a candidate was able to prove that they were no different from the blood sucking monsters that these young voters admire and adore, they may have a better shot at securing the presidency."

After being asked how politicians might exploit this strategy, Smith additionally stated, "By communicating to Twilight fans how they [the candidate] are no different from a vampire. Basic messages, like how both politicians and vampires hate sunlight, believe and act as though they are above the law, or their ability to seduce people into supporting them - stuff like this will likely prove most effective."


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