Off year elections can at least be interesting. The upcoming November ballot will be much more intriguing with Pennsylvania Governor and mid-term Congressional elections to be decided.
That one will be fun.
Primary elections? bleah …
As a Republican committee representative, it’s always a long day at the polls. What makes it most interesting however, when the political conditions are right, are the interactions and discussions you can have. People who make sure they get out to vote are those most likely to be keeping abreast of the political news.
The greater the interest, the more voters show up, the better the day …
Tomorrow, with only one significant Republican race (PA 13th Congressional District) in my district (Horsham 1-3) and a slate of State Republican committee nominees to select, there’s not a lot of sexiness to attract much attention. I guess I’ll pass the day baiting what Democrats turn out for their primaries for Governor and the PA 13th, which is like trying to pick The Golden Ticket out of a bag of lemons.
For those waiting patiently for my PA 13th Congressional Republican endorsement, you won’t find one. I am disappointed in what little I have heard – which is nothing – from Beverly Plosa-Bowser. Dee Adcock put me to sleep in 2010. To win the 13th, you must have the connection and the energy to make inroads into the Northeast Philly chunk of the district. Neither has convinced me they will have what it takes, so let the voters decide!
I will be at the Horsham firehouse on Meetinghouse Road for most of the day tomorrow. Stop in and keep me from falling asleep!