These former Clinton staffers are looking to disrupt local politics with their new startup
As a handful of Hillary Clinton’s Ohio campaign staffers watched the results come in on election night, they had the same thought as many other Americans: Time for a drink.
The group made their way to the Local Cantina in Columbus for what was supposed to be a final goodbye between people who had spent 18 hours a day together for the past several months.
Instead, they left the bar with a new startup—Flippable, an organization focused on identifying local political positions that could turn from Republican to Democratic, and figuring out how to provide the resources to flip them.
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