By my calculations, Casey only has enough money to pay for two or three statewide mailers, a tiny bit of either metro media or rural media, purchase collaterals, and pay his staff and consulting fees. That money will run out quickly. My guess is, as I mentioned earlier, that the metro Atlanta fundraising base has run dry. As Casey’s consultant is fond of claiming, grassroots don’t matter in a campaign, and campaigns in Georgia are won inside the perimeter.
Where do ya go now?