Georgia: un campo de batalla estatal

Análisis de las estrategias electorales del Partido Demócrata durante la década 2010-2020

Palabras clave: Estados Unidos, campaña permanente, partido demócrata, campo de batalla estatal, Stacey Abrams

Resumen

La presente investigación aborda la campaña permanente llevada a cabo durante una década por el Partido Demócrata de Georgia, Estados Unidos. Cómo lograron tras veinte años de mayoría republicana, convertir al Estado en un campo de batalla político y competitivo. Se realiza una exposición del razonamiento y análisis que se ha desarrollado con el fin de entender desde la planificación hasta su ejecución. La investigación emplea bibliografía, así como entrevistas a expertos y miembros del partido. Por último, se exponen los resultados que ha tenido, así como los futuros retos.

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2022-12-09