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Gamechanger

12:00pm March 1, 2013

Cornell Belcher

C-Belcher

Name: Cornell Belcher

Title:  Founder

Organization:  Brilliant Corners Research and Strategies

What Makes This Person a Game Changer: Cornell Belcher is the founder of Brilliant Corners – Research and Strategies,  a nationally and internationally recognized polling firm that conducted ground breaking work on behalf of the Democratic National Committee. During the 2008 Presidential Election Cycle, Belcher’s firm played a critical role as a member of then-candidate Barack Obama’s campaign team. Additionally, Belcher is a regular and esteemed political commentator on CNN. Prior to the 2008 Presidential Election, Belcher worked as a pollster and helped rebrand the Democratic Party.



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One Comment


  1. Mike_in_Kyiv

    Cornell’s comments slamming CNN for their news piece (October 21, 2013 Anderson Cooper program) about 3 people who have gotten screwed by the AHA….What hell is the matter with you Cornell? These are Obama’s people, these are the very people Obama wants to help (supposedly). This is pretty disingenuous of you. It is what it is. It doesn’t make any difference which network CNN, Fox, CBS ran this story. These are the people that Obama was supposed to be helping and they are getting screwed with the premiums under Obamacare.

    You talked like it was supposed to be CNN giving a sugar coated smiley face variant – that everything was supposed to OK for these folks. See Cornell even some of the MSM are over the shit that Obama is perpetrating on the American people. If you can at least have the integrity to honor the honesty of the CNN story and not whine about it like some partisan. Think INTEGRITY here!



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