Giuliani endorses Rossi, calls Dems failure to extend tax cuts “absurd”
This morning, while incumbent Sen. Patty Murray (D-Wash.) was still having an extended case of the Mondays trying to spin her support for a “jobs bill” that could wind up harming major Northwest employer Microsoft, Republican challenger in the race for Washington’s U.S. Senate seat was getting a little help from former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani. After meeting with Rossi supporters in the campaign’s | Read More »
Notice to Washington Republican Senatorial hopefules:
Listen up you two knuckleheads. You are slowly losing your oppurtunity to cut 1/3rd of the voting block out of the City of Seattle and South King County. The infrastructure and amenity Sham-Wows of North Seattle are gobbling up all the funds for city improvement. They are closing a bridge, The South Park Bridge, that carries 20,000 people a day to an from the City. | Read More »
The Vetting of Don Benton, Candidate for U.S. Senate – Up Next, Dino Rossi
There seemed to be a bit of a different atmosphere surrounding Don Benton’s vetting session by We The People – Southwest Washington (WTP) earlier this week. No doubt, that was due to the fact that the vetting of this candidate for U.S. Senate came on the eve of Dino Rossi announcing his entrance into that race. In fact, in his opening remarks, Thomas Hann, Founder | Read More »
The Conservative Roster for a Senate Takeover
There has been a lot of inner-party turmoil over whether republicans should try to elect the most conservative candidate or the candidate that is the most electable. I say why can’t we have our cake and eat it too. Here is my roster of the most viable conservative candidates running for Senate. Remember we need 10 seats to take over the Senate because Vice President | Read More »
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, Senate Takeover
Meanwhile, down in the states: Tuesday’s Results in State legislatures & more
Not surprisingly, the GOP also lost ground in state legislatures on Tuesday. However, given the circumstances, the losses were relatively modest: we lost 76 state senators and representatives, out of a grand total of 7380 nationwide. Speaking simply in terms of our own, we lost a net of 8 of 897 state senate seats held by Republicans, and 68 of 2398 state representatives. For more, | Read More »
How Desperate is Christine Gregoire?
Democrats in Washington state seem to think they’ve latched on to a big issue to bring down the gubernatorial campaign of Republican Dino Rossi: a Democratic operative keeps showing up at Rossi rallies, and recently managed to get himself escorted out of a police union hall.