Nancy Mace’s Playbook Set Quotas for Television Appearances

Nancy Mace wrote a staffer handbook that has more to do with television appearances than lawmaker policy.

It does appear the plan is working.

Inside the playbook, the responsibilities of staff included sending out at least one press release per day, and booking Mace on a national TV outlet between one and three times per day.

Mace allocated over one third of her office’s allotted annual budget — $500,000 — for “marketing,” a phrase that is rarely used in politics or by members of Congress.” Everyone here sees her as a show horse — when she’s spending over a third of her office budget on ‘marketing,’ that’s ‘yikes!’,” one Democratic House aide said.

Mediaite, Daily Beast

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