Allyson Schwartz has a pretty savvy campaign team, so it’s kind of surprising to see that two-thirds of the videos on her campaign’s YouTube page are old clips of her Grassroots Coordinator testing out Google Hangout technology.
[UPDATE: The Schwartz campaign has since removed the videos. 10:35.]
Don’t get me wrong—Marc Stier has a pretty badass collection of books in what appears to be a very voluminous library. But it’s been more than a month since the test videos were posted and they still haven’t been pulled.
Considering that the videos are labeled as “test 10” and “test 11,” we can at least be grateful that we didn’t have to watch tests 1-9.
Keystone Politics encourages rival gubernatorial campaigns to send us your response videos. Rob McCord: we want Mark Nevins staring silently at his computer screen for 120 seconds. Katie McGinty: get Fred Yang a camcorder. John Hanger: tell Roger Cohen to send in a series of selfies.