Cone says the economy and jobs are at the core of the campaign

Republican message gets to voters on issues that matter to them,” she explained. “If you don’t reach those voters, you’re not going to win.”

In addition to her speaking gigs, Cone was a top editor on the Obama campaign’s Organizing for America effort, and was a founding member of the Young Americans for Freedom, and an associate editor of the Young Americans for Liberty.

Cone, through her FreedomWorks, is pushing another key theme in the campaign: creating jobs.

She said the economy and jobs are at the core of the current campaign.

“We don’t have the freedom to do something wrong so we’ll do everything to do as well as we can do,” she said.

“I don’t think one person, sitting in Washington, can make an impact on the economy,” Cone said. “So this is a campaign about who can effect something that the country really needs.”

As it is, there’s no shortage of candidates trying to get their message across.

But, in order to win, says Cone, a candidate is going to have to be talking to voters about the issues, which she will also be doing, so there are no surprises.

“The big thing that we’ve tried to do, through our organization FreedomWorks, is to really reach out to every single voter in this country,” said Cone. “And we’re not going to have any surprises.”

And, she says, Americans care about what she has to say.

“I don’t think one person, sitting in Washington, can make an impact on the economy,” she said. “So this is a campaign about who can effect something that the country really needs.”

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