Well folks, on this Election Day 2006, news is often limited.
But we here at Leavenworth Street aim to keep you info-tained as best we can.
First, if you have any news that you haven’t heard on the radio, seen on TV or in the online news, please forward it here, and we will take a look to see if we can post.
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Who gets the advantage for this great weather?
The Dems, since the country-club Republicans will be trying to get in another round of golf?
Or the GOP, since the hippie Democrats will be trying to get in another round of frolf?
We’ll call it a wash.
Reverse Rain Effect
But we must also consider this: The “Reverse Rain Effect”. We referred to this back in the primary, where bad weather means that farmers, who would ordinarily be in the fields, would instead be in town to vote. So with today’s sparkling skies statewide, does that mean those farmers are more likely to stay in the field? And who does this benefit?
REAL Negative Ads
OK, Nebraskans. You think this was a “negative” campaign season? Do you? Really?
Kids, you don’t know what a NEGATIVE campaign is.
So, from Wisconsin, I give you…The Ron Kind ad.
Separated at Birth
Finally, throughout the day, we’ll be tossing you Separated at Births that either didn’t make our final cuts previously, or have been thrown to us by others.
This one was suggested to us by “Superwonk”. He first gave us
But then we looked at Ashford’s website, and thought this was even better.
Come back to Leavenworth Street often today, and please send us any news you have!