Friday, November 04, 2005

Who said Kilgore was keeping his distance from Bush?

Victory Rally with President George W. Bush and Jerry W. Kilgore Monday, November 7, 2005 Doors Open at 5:30 pm, arrive no later than 7:15 pm Dominion Hangar 5700 Clarkson Road Richmond International Airport Richmond, Virginia 23250 Request tickets and sign up to help with our 72 Hour Program. To pick up tickets stop by one of these four locations from Noon - 8 pm on Saturday, Sunday, and from 9 am - 2 pm on Monday: Virginians for Jerry Kilgore Campaign Headquarters 7870 Villa Park Drive Suite 800 Richmond, Virginia 23228 804-421-9966 Directions to the Kilgore for Governor Headquarters From 1-95 Take the Parham Road West Exit Proceed to second light and turn left onto Brook Road (Route 1 South) Proceed to second light and turn right onto Villa Park Drive Take first left into the Villa Park III office complex The campaign H.Q. is 150 yards down the parking lot in suite 800 You Will See The Signs! Chesterfield County Republican Committee Headquarters 9501 Hull Street Road Suite D-1 Richmond, Virginia 23234 804-276-6088 Republican Party of Virginia Headquarters 115 East Grace Street Richmond, Virginia 23219 804-780-0111 Bill Bolling for Lieutenant Governor Campaign Headquarters 7430 Hanover Green Drive Mechanicsville, Virginia 23116 804-746-9830 ***Tickets are first come first served.

6 Comments:

At 11/04/2005 03:27:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Um, reality check. If Kilgore wasn't keeping his distance, then Bush would have been all over Virginia in the last couple of weeks stumping for Kilgore on the campaign trail (like he has been with many other candidates for Governor and Congress). This event may say that the doors open at 5pm, but the President isn't even scheduled to be back from South America until well after 9pm: he may well miss even the later-night broadcast news. Meanwhile, even when aired, the story will be paired everywhere it goes with Kaine/Warner joined at the hip, and their events will be news all day that day, matched with the President's brief airport stopover or not.

In other words, whomever scheduled this rally made sure it was done at precisely the time when only the self-selected Bush-partisans attending would be most impacted by it, mostly shading it from Virginians in general.

Has Bush been on Kilgore's mail pieces?

 
At 11/04/2005 04:00:00 PM, Blogger Riley, Not O'Reilly said...

In fact, I received a Kilgore mail piece today with Bush on it.

 
At 11/04/2005 04:09:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kilgore is going to lose. President or no President, he's going to lose. At this point, he might as well go out with a bang.

This is a big party to make the volunteers feel better. To make matters worse, this means that 500 people will be to tired Tuesday morning to work the polls.

 
At 11/04/2005 04:52:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yea, that'll help Kaine. Bush's negatives are so bad in NOVA that this should go a long way to seal Kilgore's fate on Nov 8.

 
At 11/04/2005 09:47:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

" In fact, I received a Kilgore mail piece today with Bush on it."

My guess is that you are already ID'd as a Bush voter/donor/etc. General Republicans and unknown party people certainly aren't getting much Bush stuff.

 
At 11/06/2005 12:28:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just a note from the field: turnout at Kilgore's GOTV rallies has been _abysmal_. Even with Sen. Warner and Allen in tow, the last two outdoor rally events today pulled out only around 100 people each (the rally on the Penninsula was barely 100 folks, and this is the final weekend of the campaign). Heck: 3 to 4 times that many people came out to see Kaine open his offices in the _dead of summer_, before anyone even started paying attention to the race. Almost that many people have come out to see Mark Warner and Kaine at breakfast cafe stops over the past week. This has got to be a big downer for the ticket. Kilgore's strategy of avoiding personal contact with all but the most carefully screened pro-Kilgore voters, as well as just not doing very many pulbic events at all, is not paying off.

 

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