Congressional Democrats are set to unveil their national campaign slogan for 2014:
Though still in the development stages, the strategy will mirror the 2006 campaign in featuring a series of specific policy points designed to distinguish the Democrats’ priorities from those of the Republicans, according to party leaders.
“As ‘Six for ’06’ did, it will have specific ideas that contrasts Republicans siding with special interests, and Democrats siding with the middle class,” said Rep. Steve Israel (N.Y.), head of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC).
“This election’s going to be a referendum on who’s got your back,” he told The Hill. “And so it will fit into that general theme.”
A smart slogan would be “Barack Who?”