September 26, 2005
2nd Middlesex Senate: Special election is TOMORROW
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How about that sneaky little item by the Somerville News which made its way into the Herald Saturday.
A ploy, to keep the Jehlen people home. becue White and his people people have been working harder and sending out more mail then Jehlen and her workers.
Posted by: The troll | Sep 26, 2005 1:30:17 PM
Also tomorrow: Preliminary elections for Boston City Council. District councilor races only have preliminaries if there are more than two candidates running, which is not the case in most. However, all of Boston votes in the preliminary for City Council At-Large, to narrow the field down to eight candidates (four of whom will be elected on November 8th)
Posted by: Cos | Sep 26, 2005 2:07:21 PM
White has people?
We got called by the Jehlen campaign to remind us of the election on Tuesday. We told them we'd be sure to vote. Some of the posters on the Somerville news site will be crying in their beer as they get another ass-whupping.
Posted by: Brittain33 | Sep 26, 2005 2:11:12 PM
Makes you feel like a big person, doesn't it Brittain.
Posted by: The troll | Sep 26, 2005 2:25:25 PM
You have no idea.
Posted by: Brittain33 | Sep 26, 2005 2:41:11 PM
Troll, what Herald piece are you referring to? I couldn't find anything searching their site.
Posted by: eury13 | Sep 26, 2005 3:47:35 PM
Saturday, I almost missed it.
Jeadline has the word "Jehlen" in it and then some cliche.
It is a re-print from Heald's sister paper ihn Somerville. Editor's note said 'couldn't have said it better ourselves'.
Started off by saying that Jehlen is going to win but she should be more like Bill White, thenk kicked the livin crap out of her.
Posted by: The troll | Sep 26, 2005 3:56:14 PM
It was a reprinted editorial from the Somerville Journal, not the Somerville News.
Posted by: Ron Newman | Sep 26, 2005 5:43:30 PM
Wow, looks like White has made it a race and may end up winning, if the Somerville News is to be believed.
My coworkers who voted in the primary didn't vote today. One had Red Sox tickets. Looks like Pat got about 80% of her primary voters, and the other Democrats stayed home or voted for White. This could be very interesting.
Posted by: Brittain33 | Sep 27, 2005 9:05:20 PM
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