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Minuteman strategist: 'We have to put Mr. Brooks in the best position to win'

Dale Jackson, the Alabama radio host who first broke the news that Jim Gilchrist's Minuteman Project was (in some cases) expecting donations to his consulting firm in exchange for endorsements, drops the a-bomb -- e-mails from Gilchrist's political strategist Howie Morgan, offering up support to candidate Mo Brooks, who, in the end, did not play ball.

I have been reading with great interest about your potential race for Congress in the next election cycle. As someone who has been the Campaign Manager in Tennessee races for Congress in both the 7th and 9th Congressional Districts (Marsha Blackburn’s first race in 2002 and Mark White’s first in 2006) I wanted to let you know I am interested in your race as well.

And:

"The bottom line is we have to put Mr. Brooks in the best position to win. And crush the impostor Republican. ;-) ”

Backstory here.

By David Weigel  |  May 27, 2010; 11:17 AM ET
Categories:  2010 Election , Immigration  
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