One of the organizations backing Hillary Clinton's possible presidential campaign announced on Wednesday that it would release daily talking points to provide Democrats with a "unified message" ahead of 2016.
Correct the Record, a project housed under the Democratic super PAC, American Bridge, will send surrogates and Clinton advocates a "daily email program, 'The Daily Point,'" the group's head, Burns Strider, wrote to supporters on Wednesday.
For months, the group has maintained what they call a "friends and family list." Supporters on the list receive talking points, news alerts, and daily updates on Clinton-related news. The "Daily Point" email will cater to a larger audience.
In recent weeks, while traveling to promote her new memoir, Hard Choices, Clinton has drawn scrutiny for comments about her personal wealth. In her first interview earlier this month, an hour-long primetime sit-down with ABC's Diane Sawyer, she said she and Bill Clinton left the White House "dead broke" in 2001 — a comment she has spent weeks clarifying during various other appearances.
"The Daily Point will provide supporters with a unified message," Strider. "Each day, the email will consist of some current news, points about the day's news, and quick facts about Hillary Clinton's many achievements." Correct the Record will still maintain the "friends and family list" for its "inner circle," Strider said in the email.
Ruby Cramer is a political reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.
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