Disclosure: I worked for the Lamont campaign doing web design and production and some writing for the official blog (from 9/5/06 to 11/07/06).
Thursday, September 28, 2006
Thursday Evening Round-Up
- Mark Warner also sent out an email supporting Ned today. Good stuff:
Ned Lamont and I come from the business world—where results matter and no one considers it a good day’s work to have just poked the other side in the eye and gotten nothing done. That’s now how it is right now in Washington . Ned Lamont gets it. Washington needs an entrepreneurial approach, Washington needs Ned Lamont....
Ned Lamont’s business-like approach is also his world view. He calls for a return to an American foreign policy that unites our friends and divides our enemies — and a call that will inevitably sweep through November’s elections....
The current Republican leadership isn’t making us safer – or any more prepared to compete in a global economy. As a successful entrepreneur, Ned Lamont knows how to do both. It’s time for congressional leadership that will stand up to the current administration and move America forward. It’s time to put Ned Lamont in the U.S. Senate.
- Sen. Lieberman sends Sen. Dodd, Sen. Kennedy, and Al Gore the same message he's already sent - repeatedly - to CT Democrats: "Drop Dead":
Lieberman – the former Democrat now running as an Independent to retain his Connecticut senate seat – was asked by PJM’s CEO Roger Simon if he could forgive once close friends Chris Dodd, Al Gore and Teddy Kennedy, for endorsing his opponent Ned Lamont, the former Democratic Party vice-presidential candidate responded: “I can forgive … but I probably won’t forget.”
- Sen. Kerry is coming to CT:
The Massachusetts senator, the party's 2004 presidential nominee, plans to travel to the state Oct. 25 for Lamont. Kerry's running mate, former Sen. John Edwards of North Carolina, appeared at a Lamont rally last month.
- Ned was in Danbury this morning this morning talking to high school students:
The Iraq War, the Geneva Conventions, immigration, rising college tuition, and urban violence all found their way into a discussion among about 100 students at Danbury High School and Democratic senatorial candidate Ned Lamont this morning.