NRSC in the Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness
Posted at 1:27 p.m. on Oct. 8, 2013
Sure, its featured content will likely still make a blue stater see red.
But the National Republican Senatorial Committee has adopted a hot pink color scheme for the remainder of the month to honor the life-affirming work of the Susan G. Komen Foundation. Along with a prominent “Donate” button at the top of the home page, the site is firmly in the pink. Even links to outside websites, archived material and tweets are outlined in the breast cancer awareness hue.
“This was a very simple effort to call attention to the fight against breast cancer and pay tribute to survivors across the country,” NRSC spokesman Brad Dayspring told HOH of the show of solidarity. One thing that doesn’t appear to change, though, is the NRSC determination to paint the Senate electoral landscape red.
We haven’t heard much from Team Komen since it waved the white flag after getting caught in the crossfire of the 2012 election. Perhaps they’ve decided to steer clear of political controversy for a while.