Friday, September 02, 2005

You "Shud" read this article

Harold Shudlick, the darkest of dark horses in the race for the 2006 GOP nomination for US Senate, was at the fair yesterday, greeting potential delegates.

Preying on just that appetite, the major party candidates for the 2006 U.S. Senate race have logged hours at the fair, glad-handing, passing out brochures and position papers, signing up volunteers and prospecting for votes in an election still 14 months away."I need you to vote for me so I can vote for you" Harold Shudlick told Roger Marti of Sleepy Eye, Minn., a retired farmer who was taking a break from the dairy barn where he is showing cattle. Marti, who didn't know Shudlick existed before he visited the GOP fair booth Tuesday, left after about 15 minutes, promising to attend his caucus next year as a Shudlick backer.
(Source: Star Tribune, September 2, 2005)

You can see the whole article here. Speaking of Senate nominees, allow me to take this opportunity to officially endorse Mark Kennedy for US Senate.


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