From Josh Green, at the Atlantic:
The Democratic primary offers an easier path. You only have to get 15 percent of the vote in a congressional district to qualify for delegates. For Colbert to have a chance at landing a delegate, he’ll need a campaign manager and a clever strategy. I wouldn’t want Colbert to have to settle for Bob Shrum – and I think my editors would permit me a leave of absence – so with help from Scott Huffmon, a hip and highly indulgent political science professor from Winthrop University in Rock Hill, South Carolina, here is a double-barrel Colbert campaign plan.
Stephen, read the rest of his advice here.