Monday, August 25, 2008

Brinton and Winkler endorsed by HCDCC!

Shane Brinton and Mike Winkler were endorsed by the HCDCC electronically for their respective campaigns for Arcata City Council. Good luck to both! Shane will publicly/officially announce his campaign tomorrow at the Arcata Industrial Park at noon. If you have $170 laying around for a campaign, please help Shane in his endeavor. If you have anything left, please help Mike. Both these candidates are ready and willing to help Arcata.

9 comments:

orwell said...

Thank you comrade Marks

Chris Crawford said...

Richard ... we're going to have to agree to disagree about party endorsements in non-partisan races.

Anonymous said...

Chris and Richard,

What is interesting is Winkler in 2006 asked the Humboldt Co. Republican Party for their endorsement and support. The Fire Dist. and yes for Fluoride got it but not him. I think before that race in 06 he ran as an eco greenie type.

All he wants to do is win one.

The three in this race I would probably support would be Susan, Michael, and Shane.

Regards, Mike Harvey

Fidel said...

Orwell, I think you got it wrong. It's comrade Marx.

Chris, according to comrade Marx, there is no such thing as a "non-partisan" race in Humboldt County.

Anonymous said...

Republicans whining about party endorsements. I love it. The Republicans could endorse, but it would be the kiss of death for their candidates. The best bet around here is to register as a Democrat.

The American public as been screwed in every orifice by Mr. George W. Republican for the last eight years, cheered on by Crawford and his ilk. The best possible label these days is "Not a Republican". Good luck, Bub.

samoasoftball said...

Cmon people. Keep the comments above board now!

Anonymous said...

Stop censoring, fatty.

Anonymous said...

Javohl, Herr Commandant.

Load Me Another said...

Insanity on the left, weak do nothings on the right. So much for partisanship. The progressives will be the well earned bane of the democratic party. It's the same lame old product with new packaging. It'll fool a few consumers, but not many. Rack up those politcal party endorsements, it's just code for more of the same- more puppets and a more frustrated electorate.