Clearly, Alabama is ready to defend its title…
…of being the Go-To Place for 2010 Political Ads. First up is DALE PETERSON. I’m capitalizing the name because, well, this ad deserves it: I got nothing to add, except that going from 5% to 28% and pushing out the front-runner is in fact impressive.
State of the Race: Rick Barber (Al-02).
The primary for Alabama is Tuesday, so we checked in with Rick Barber to find out the state of the race: I also asked Rick (like Hot Air Greenroom’s Laura Curtis) why Alabama’s commercials have been so memorable this cycle. Listen for the answer, of course. Rick’s site is here. Moe Lane Crossposted to Moe Lane.
Meet Rick Barber (R-CAND, AL-02). [Bumped.]
[UPDATE]: I’m bumping this because I’ve been told that it was Rick’s birthday yesterday. Campaign site here: he’s running for Bobby Bright’s seat. That’s the last CPAC election video that I had today: I have a full slate scheduled for tomorrow, God help me. Crossposted to Moe Lane.
Five House races to look at.
There’s no unifying theme to these choices: they’re merely five candidates for the House of Representatives that the GOP has recruited, supported, or at least working with. There are more – there are, in fact, a good deal more – but these will do for a start. And so, in no particular order: Cory Gardner (CO-04). State legislator. One of three candidates for this R+6 | Read More »
, charles djou
, Cory Gardner
, martha roby
, rick crawford
, van tran
Meet Martha Roby (AL-02).
I was going to wait until Ms. Roby had a campaign website up – she only announced last week, and this was Memorial Day weekend – but apparently the local Democrats are already beginning to play the “create multiple accounts and go after her for being a mom*” in local comment sections, so best to get this up now. So. AL-02. R+16 in the Cook | Read More »