When even White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs is forecasting a possible Republican majority in the House (video at link), you have to wonder if the rest of the Democratic Party is all but resigned to such an outcome this November.
All aboard the 19th District Express!
At the Mount Kisco train station at 6:30 this morning, the Young Voters for Nan Hayworth task force met scores of commuters on their way to work. We began greeting commuters by the entrance of the Metro-North Mount Kisco train station. Many were eager to engage in discussions of who Nan is and why she is running to unseat John Hall. Some even proclaimed that “Nan already has my vote.” And the Nan Hayworth pens were a big hit.
In addition to the pens, we distributed information about Nan, such as her principles, the solutions she proposes for our nation’s problems, and her biography.
The Young Voters for Nan Hayworth are committed to informing the district about our wonderful candidate. We will be at a different train station every week, bright and early, right until Election Day on November 2, letting people know who we are, and why we are doing what we are doing.
Nan’s planning to join us personally whenever she can to greet the commuters and answer any questions that they may have.
Overall, the commuters at the Mount Kisco train station, which is Nan’s hometown station, greeted us graciously with open attitudes, even those who were sprinting up the stairs to make the departing train. Our next stop will be the Beacon train station, so please, take a moment to at least grab a pen and something to read for the train ride!
Welcome! Our campaign for New York’s 19th Congressional District is about all of us, not just about me as your candidate. On this blog I’ll share with you some thoughts at greater length than is possible on Facebook or Twitter. And I’d like to hear your thoughts as well, so please email us at email@example.com.
I’d like to know what you need your Congresswoman to keep in mind as I work to relieve the burdens that have been placed on you, and on our communities, by a federal government that is too big and spends too much.
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