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Who do you like in 2010?

DCblogger's picture

While we wait for the FKDP to sell us to AHIP parasites, I thought it might be nice to send out a little link love to politicians who we think are doing the right thing.

Speaking for myself only, I will be voting for Sulaimon Brown for mayor.

Other candidates I like, Tasini for New York, Hoeffel for Governor of Pennsylvania, Ferlo for Pennsylvania State Senate. Connie Saltonstall for Congress from Michigan (however Lex makes some very good points, and unlike me, actually lives in the district).

I also support Andrea Miller for Congress from Virginia and Deb Markowitz for Governor for Vermont.

Who do you like?

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Submitted by MsExPat on

I sent him some money all the way from Hong Kong!

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Submitted by illusionofjoy on

Here in Pennsylvania...Joe Hoeffel for governor and Joe Sestak for Senate.

In the governor's race, Allegheny County executive Dan Onorato is angling for a seat at the big chair in Harrisburg. Frankly, having that jagoff as a county executive has made me not want him for a governor. I've always voted against him and see no reason to stop doing so.

Joe Sestak is running against Arlen Specter and while I don't agree with all of his positions, I am in a very anti-incumbent mood. Furthermore, since the party machine is trying to cram Specter down our throats, that automatically makes me resistant to the idea of not sending him to a long-overdue retirement. Sestak has visited Pittsburgh well over 20 times and has always been willing to bend his schedule to stay the extra time in order to converse with those who would be his constituents. Specter, to my knowledge has shown up twice - for high-end fund-raisers that peasants like me were not allowed into.

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Submitted by DCblogger on

I would vote for Sestak. He is no friend of the fourth amendment, but it would be great to see Specter go down. Besides, as you say, anti incumbent and all.