Hey friends on wheels,
I'm a part of a volunteer cultural committee putting on a big concert and rally for Chuy Garcia next Sunday, March 29, at Alhambra Palace downtown Chicago. I am still in need of a few additional volunteers:
Poster and postcard distribution this week
One more SECURITY volunteer (experience and formidable presence helpful)
Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in supporting this candidate and this event next week. It's going to be incredibly diverse, energizing, and fun!
I'll take you up on that Tom. Please post the millionaire's list. Thanks.
This is not an endorsement for either candidate. I vote to disrupt the system. http://apps.chicagotribune.com/news/local/politics/rahm-emanuel-con...
Thanks for the footwork Eric. I find myself wondering what difference we're seeing, or should be seeing, in the advertising that's reaching us based on the huge disparity in campaign funds. From where I'm sitting I feel like the same amount of advertising in the community, and the same amount of TV spots are reaching me for both candidates.
Good question, Howard - here's one explanation of where it's going.
OK, than why are Garcia's TV spots full of empty rhetoric like "Emmanual wants to take power from you..."-- wouldn't that be a great platform to tout Enlace's ultimate success, or some other accomplishments? Surprising lack of substance in an article (well, a blog piece) complaining about lack of substance.
Doesn't really answer my question though.... will try again- with the huge disparity in campaign funding, why do I appear to be seeing more advertising from the Garcia side?
Thanks for the reminder A.K. I voted for Rahm. Although, I think it would be way cooler if the election was decided by a bike race.