Does it matter whether Cambridge Analytica was effective in Colorado?

Does it matter whether Cambridge Analytica was effective in Colorado?

Daniel Leal-Olivas, AFP/Getty ImagesA laptop computer displaying the Fb emblem is pictured on the workplaces of Cambridge Analytica in London final month.Re: “GOP voters weren’t tricked by Cambridge Analytica,” March 29 letter to the editor.

The issue with Cambridge Analytica’s involvement in Colorado’s elections will not be solely, as letter-writer Terry Holmes suggests, whether or not their machinations had been efficient or not. (CA clearly appears to assume they had been.)

As The Denver Put up has reported, in 2014 and 2015 Colorado Republican organizations paid CA a whole lot of hundreds of for what we now know had been underhanded companies involving information pilfered from thousands and thousands of voters.

I assume — wouldn’t you? — these Colorado GOP clients of CA (identities hidden) definitely hoped and supposed their cash would pay to sway voters.  Does Holmes assume they had been suckered?

In the meantime, didn’t anybody ever odor one thing fishy?

I believe I odor in all this muck an try to undermine American democracy.

And nope, I’m not able to “recover from” that.

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