Friday, September 16, 2005

A Beginner's Campaign (post 9)

After weathering a meeting with the newspaper editors and most recently a candidates’ forum put on by the Republican Party, I’m feeling pretty good about this gig. I really don’t think I’m any lamer than most of the other folks who are running, including the incumbents. Furthermore, I’m finding it both comfortable and exciting to stand in the public eye. After the primary I need to get busy about sharpening my pitch and dropping talking points that fall flat. I also need to get busy about raising money and putting my microscopic number of volunteers to work on a useful task or two.

1 comment:

astronomy for kids said...

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Well, it's a new year - in fact it's almost the Chinese New Year. I'm still putting together astronomy lesson plans for the first and second semesters. This year the budget allows us to purchase a new telescope for the science group. That's great so we're still juggling the numbers how to get best bang for the buck! Not the 'big bang' you understand LOL. I'm coming down on the side of the Meade LX200GPS 12" Schmidt-Cassegrain. Let's wait and see.

If you do have a moment, please take a look at my new site on: Astronomy for Kids .

A happy new year to everyone!