Thursday, July 28, 2005

Caputo/Craddock/Golden/Marsden

In the 67th district, things are beginning to heat up. Now that Chuck Caputos back from his long trip to Europe, his campaign recently held a kick off at the Greenbriar Community Center. I haven't spoken to anyone at the event, but judging by his growing presence in the district, I am confident that there was a good number of people there. Caputo already has people lit dropping, at events, and handing out literature at stores. His campaign is beginning to come together, and he has sucessfully reached out to some students at the High Schools. Craddock's campaign is also heating up. He recently hired a campaign manager, and has a couple other staffers as well. Craddock is going door to door most nights, and has his volunteers going the nights that he isnt. His money machine is rolling along too, and he has been sucessful thus far in the monetary front. This race will be close, but considering Craddocks overwhelming grassroots support I believe he will coast to victory. Michael Golden has recently hired a campaign manager from San Diego, California, who has some good experience behind him. He has also recently hired an old Connaughton staffer to run his volunteer recruitment. Golden's opponet , Dave Marsden ...will recieve(if he hasnt already), old Republican Delegate Jim Dillards endorsement. In this moderate district, this might be too close for comfort. FOLLOW UP: After alittle more research into the race, I believe whole heartedly that Michael Golden can and should win the election. Marsden seems incredibly disorganized, and too liberal for the district. Golden and Craddock both have great grassroots teams, and it is this why I believe both will end up winning. After talking a little with Golden, I believe him to be a stead fast Conservative, and a good party Republican. I believe that the more Golden and his crew gets around spreading their message , the more Marsden's percentage will lower. Anyone agree?

2 Comments:

At 7/30/2005 03:08:00 AM, Anonymous Ben Tribbett said...

I agree

 
At 7/30/2005 06:36:00 AM, Blogger MR JMS said...

I agree with Golden. I still think Craddock needs to get some organization behind him. We will see what happens.

 

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