We all know that Tony is a businessman and he’s concentrating on business and business because business-business which is to say “business”. But after telling the OWH he is “pro-life”, he was asked whether he thought Roe v. Wade should be overturned and he gave this response:
“I haven’t had a need to go back and change it,” said Raimondo, who grew up in a working-class Catholic family.
When pressed, he told his campaign manager, “I think I’m going to have to go back and read Roe v. Wade. What am I missing here?”
Lord help Tony if someone asks him about stem-cell research…
Second District Dem House candidates Jim Esch and Rich Carter debated last week. But if they debate in a forest and no one is there to report on it, is it really a debate?
Anywho, here’s the kicker from that race:
Esch: raised $27,000
Carter: raised <$5,000
And of course you have a better resume than Esch and probably a better command of the various issues than him.
Lee Terry’s new campaign website up today (we think).
(Oh, and btw, Lee has about half a million dollars in his campaign coffers…)
Raimondo and Kleeb taking advantage of the internets by using Google Adwords (well, both were yesterday anyway). Type “Nebraska Senate” in your Google search and look to the right to see their “sponsored links” up. And did you know that each time you click those links it costs their campaigns money? Hmm….