by thomasn528, Thu Mar 09, 2006 at 11:37:54 AM EST
(Crossposted from newsrack blog)
In the wee hours of Wednesday morning, as progressive blogosphere favorite Ciro Rodriguez went down to defeat against Henry Cuellar (DINO-TX-28), Chris Bowers at liberal supersite MyDD suddenly recognized a fairly important feature of the Texas Democratic primaries:
by RamblinDave, Thu Mar 02, 2006 at 10:18:31 AM EST
Cross posted at Daily Kos and at my blog.
Something tells me she'll decide against it in the end, but it appears that Kate Michelman, the abortion rights leader, is thinking of running as a spoiler in the Pennsylvania Senate race. Well, of course, she doesn't intend to be a spoiler, but let's not kid ourselves.
by Eternal Hope, Sun Feb 26, 2006 at 06:07:57 PM EST
Today, I am endorsing Chuck Pennacchio
for Senate in 2006. This will be one of many endorsements I will be making on my blog
and linking to. I will not always endorse the establishment candidate. I may even endorse a sleeper candidate from time to time.
I feel that the Democratic Party must become a party of principle if we are to win again and build a permanent majority so that Bush and his minions can never take power again. This means that we should vote for the candidate who is the best person on the issues, who plays by the rules, who campaigns actively, and who will listen to people.
by DanielUA, Mon Feb 13, 2006 at 04:47:47 AM EST
One reason why I LOVE Philadelphia?
Sure, we got parks, beautiful architecture, nightlife, the rivers, history, and all that. But, right now, the biggest reason why I love my City? George Bush has a an 18 percent job approval rating within Philly. Seriously, 18 percent! I love Philly so much sometimes.
Other interesting poll findings:
by Albert, Fri Jan 27, 2006 at 08:29:34 AM EST
He's not well-known. His name sounds like Pinocchio. He's a teacher. He doesn't have money... All of those things have been said about my candidate for US Senate Chuck Pennacchio. Well, fuck that shit.
OpEdNews.com commissioned Zogby International to poll Pennsylvanians about the issues at stake. The Senate race, Alito, paper ballots, W, the War... The results are in and the analysis has begun.