DLC Platform Meeting

Got an e-mail from good guy Chuck, who is looking for folks to join him at the GF Public Library on Thursday evening:


Buzz

Carol over at Missoulapolis has the best chuckle of the campaign, regarding the amount of media coverage and journalists and politicians criss-crossing our state in the run-up to today’s last-in-the-nation Democratic primary: At last – at last! Montanans get the worldwide attention and buzz they’ve craved! Why, maybe the kids won’t move to Seattle after all. Heh. Yep, it’s been interesting being the “center of the universe” for a few days here in Montana…and I…


Dem Rallies in Great Falls

I don’t know how many supporters the Obama team expected to attend this evening’s rally at the Four Seasons Arena, but I bet they were hoping for more than 2,400. Frankly, I expected to read that more people showed up, too. And on the other side of the Dem divide, former President Bill Clinton will be in Great Falls on Sunday, appearing at 3:45 at the Paris Gibson Education Center. If anyone attended the Obama…


MOTUS?

This…um…unusual campaign sign was spotted on 2nd Avenue North yesterday. It reads: “Hillary Clinton for President; Mother Of The United States of America” Anyone want to take a shot at explaining it…?


Obama Volunteers

A resident of Great Falls who supports Barack Obama got the chance to meet her candidate by knocking on lots of doors: Vicki, a former teacher from Great Falls, is a lifelong Republican who is supporting Barack for President. She admires Barack becase she says, “he’s a thinking person,” and she and her husband, a retired military officer, both voted for Barack by absentee ballot…Vicki was one of the ten winners of the “Montana Change…


Political Support

– If you’re a political junkie, you can see which of your neighbors have donated to which candidates. For example: according to the HuffPo, Cheryl Crawley, our new GFPS superintendent, donated $350 to Barack Obama. On the other side, Amy Astin, who used to work for Rep Denny Rehberg, donated $500 to Mitt Romney’s campaign, according to NewsMeat. – The keyword in 2008 seems to be “superdelegates.” So how many does Montana have, exactly, and…


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