Veronica Escobar is supposed to be your next Congresswoman.
She's been around for a while, she loves all the right causes, and she's brown.
But can she blow it?
I have said for a while she can because knowing her and her inability to delegate she can blow this election.
Escobar is a micromanager, and while that might be okay for running for city council or school board trustee, it is not good for running in a congressional primary.
Say what you want about, Dori Fenenbock, but at least she is more organized, and she is making the most of her campaign cash.
Meanwhile, Escobar is in heels wondering aimlessly in the Lower Valley knocking on doors.
Her amateur antics could potentially scare off any friendly super PAC if these PACs suspect she does not know what she is doing.
Like that Carlos Sierra story in the El Paso Times.
If I am on Team Escobar, I would not want that story to run in the first place. But I am almost certain Escobar's PR person, likely Escobar herself, pushed that story. Why give air time to people that you want to bring you down? To expose them? Best thing you can do is have the media ignore them.
You're probably thinking that even with all these tactical mistakes, Escobar still has the advantage.
But here's the problem, Escobar is known from time-to-time to crack under pressure. And micromanaging her campaign is putting immense pressure on her. She has lost her shit with me via email and on Twitter. She will crack. The question is will she crack in the privacy of her own home or will she crack where there is a camera around.