Stuff received (Monday)

These constitute last-ditch attempts, and truth be told, I wouldn’t be surprised to find some of these in the last ditch in the next couple of days.

Anyway, here’s what we have:

  • An expanded version — with family photos, yet! — of basically the same Leonard Sullivan flyer received last week.
  • A sort-of-amusing GOP flyer with a picture of a tombstone and the caption: “The Democrat Controlled State Senate. Where good bills go to die.” Which may even be true, though some of the ones they cited didn’t strike me as all that good, and a couple of them date all the way back to 2003, which is a long time to carry a grudge. (And, pace Dwayne, enough with the “pro-values” tag. If I ever am insane enough to run for office, I promise to run on an Anti-Values platform.)
  • An actual phone call, which I did not answer and wouldn’t have had I been here at the time it came in, from Sheriff John Whetsel, singing the praises of Jim Roth. It gets mentioned here because Whetsel was canny enough to make the entire spiel fit into the meager thirty seconds I allow on my machine.

The polls are open from 7 to 7 tomorrow. [Insert joke about “twelve-hour election” here.]





5 comments

  1. Jennifer »

    6 November 2006 · 6:51 pm

    I got a phone call yesterday, too.

    From Rush Limbaugh.

  2. CGHill »

    6 November 2006 · 8:06 pm

    Was he selling a candidate, or did he misdial while trying to reach Walgreen’s?

  3. Jennifer »

    6 November 2006 · 8:15 pm

    Ironically enough, he was attempting to stamp out those of Deb’s persuasion, from your previous post. A ‘get out the vote’ campaign, with RNC spin, obviously.

  4. Dwayne "the canoe guy" »

    6 November 2006 · 10:36 pm

    If your election lasts longer than twelve hours, consult your nearest Diebold representative.

  5. Dan B »

    7 November 2006 · 9:34 am

    The election IS the joke.

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