Do campaign worker get paid? How?
Do campaign workers get paid? If so how much and by whom?
The smart ones do. Axelrod will be able to retire quite comfortably, win or lose this election.
The stupid ones are suckered by the emotional hype. They give their time and talent to a pied piper pol's campaign as volunteers, Internet ralliers, headquarters workers, etc. What could be more mindless than that?
The higher ups certainly do - campaign managers, field directors, communications directors, etc. However, there are lots of "grassroots" people who are volunteers and don't get paid at all.
Most campaign workers do not get paid and do it as volunteer work but some campaign workers are paid and these are through funds collected by the campaign.
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