Sunday, May 08, 2005

The Sign War's Have Begun

View on the sign wars beginning to show in Northern Virginia. -Jerry Kilgore signs are sparce , but can be found in Oakton, Vienna, and some in Winchester -George Fitch's signs could be seen only by Stevie Wonder, they don't exist, and he does not plan on spending his 1/5 of a million dollar's on such things, at least not until later in the race. -Bill Bolling has done a good job of signing his enemy's terf. He has random signs all over the Fairfax County Parkway, and some on Beltway interchanges. -Sean Connaughton has a fairly good sign campaign in Northern Virginia. Signs have begun sprouting on the Parkway, and on major highways , as well as in personal yards. -Bob McDonnell and Steve Baril...? None to be seen In the 37th house district, Janet Oleszek and David Bulova have both gone to town on Arlington Blvd. and subsequent roads leading into Fairfax City. The roads are peppered with signs, and none from Jim Kaplan, or John Mason are seen yet. In the 41st house district, Michael Golden has blown Bill Finerfrock out of the water. He has signs on every street corner, in house lawns, and outside of every neighborhood. Finerfrock and his campaign manager Missy Bell , Delegate Bell's sister, need to step up their ground plan if they want to win on June 14th. In the 67th house district, Chris Craddock was leading incumbent Gary Reese, but yesterday night Gary Reese's campaign put up hundereds of signs. It is odd how the next day after Reeses sign blitz, that half of his signs were down, and more of Chris Craddocks were up. Conservative's play nice now...

1 Comments:

At 5/11/2005 06:51:00 AM, Blogger Romeocat said...

Hmmm. That's interesting: down here in Chesapeake, I've only seen signs for Commonwealth's attorney, and for candidates who appear to be very local...

And the primary is 14 June? Dang, I haven't even gotten any paperwork!

Good job, guys - I've been enjoying reading what you have to say.

Best,
R'cat
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