State Senate Filings

These are the Democrats who filed for North Carolina State Senate.

NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 01

Marc Basnight
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 02

Greg D. Muse
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 03

Clark Jenkins
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Henry Williams II
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Shelly Willingham
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 04

Ed Jones
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 05

Charles E. Johnson
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Chuck Stone
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Don Davis
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Ed Wilson
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Kathy A. Taft
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Tony P. Moore
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 06

- - none - -

NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 07

Doug Berger
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 08

R.C. Soles Jr.
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 09

Julia Boseman
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 10

Charlie Albertson
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 11

A.B. Swindell
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 12

Kay Carroll
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Patricia A. Oliver
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 13

David F. Weinstein
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R. Benjamin Clark III
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 14

Vernon Malone
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Ann House Akland
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 15

Chris Mintz
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 16

Jack Nichols
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Josh Stein
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Mike Shea
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 17

- - none - -

NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 18

Bob Atwater
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 19

Tony Rand
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 20

Floyd B. McKissick Jr.
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Ryan O'Neal Echoles
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 21

Eronomy (Mohammed) Smith
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Larry Shaw
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 22

Abraham Oudeh
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 23

Ellie Kinnaird
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Moses Carey Jr.
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 24

Tony Foriest
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 25

Betty Blue Gholston
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Bill Purcell
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 26

- - none - -

NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 27

Don Vaughan
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 28

Bruce Davis
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Katie G. Dorsett
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 29

Ron Franklin
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 30

- - none - -

NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 31

- - none - -

NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 32

Linda Garrou
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 33

- - none - -

NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 34

William A. Burnette
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 35

- - none - -

NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 36

Jim Johnson
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Mike Helms
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 37

Daniel G. Clodfelter
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 38

Charlie Dannelly
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 39

- - none - -

NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 40

Malcolm Graham
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 41

- - none - -

NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 42

- - none - -

NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 43

David Hoyle
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 44

Danny Hefner
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Jim Cates
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 45

Steve Goss
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 46

Keith H. Melton
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Phil D. Clark
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 47

Joe Sam Queen
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 48

- - none - -

NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 49

Martin Nesbitt
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NC STATE SENATE DISTRICT 50

John J. Snow Jr.
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Comments

What I do know

In the third,

Clark Jenkins is the incumbent it a minority distirct but Jenkins is white held the seat since 2002, Jenkins is favored, Willigham and Williams are black, but Willingham is a frequent candidate in for that race but has never been a factor, Williams is a freqent party swithcer who has run several times for the legisture but is also not a factor be it a Democrat or a Republican.

In the fifth it is an open seat I am backing Charles Johnson a former state Rep, interesting Tony Moore who held the seat as a Democrat but switched to the GOP is now once again a Democrat. Moore is a big ally of Walter Jones Jr., the fact that Moore is back as a Democrat is only boosting rumors of a Jones return to the Democrats.

I now live in the 42nd and despite a bitter primary in the GOP race no Democrat filed as a matter of fact Catawba County Democrats were shut out in filings at least as of this morning they were in inspite of hearing how organinzed it was getting this is the first time this has happened.

GOP beat us, how lame North Carolina.

I did a quick count and it looks like they have Senate candidate in all buy 9 seats for Senate, compared to our 11. How Lame. Isn't this supposed to be "our year"?

Looks like apathy could be our biggest opponent.

Jesus Swept ticked me off. Too short. I loved the characters and then POOF it was over.
-me

Not to mention...

The one Libertarian "Democrat" running in the 36th, Helms. Cabarrus County never ceases to amaze me.

Not to Worry

Jim Johnson held the Cabarrus County Senate Seat previously, both as a Republican and a Democrat, and now that he's ready to return to Raleigh, if we can help him win the primary against Helms (who's ran in at least the past three Senate elections), then we have a chance to get Fletcher Hartsell out of Raleigh once and for all.

CLINTON for President • PERDUE for Governor • HAGAN for Senate • KISSELL for Congress

Not sure I understand this analysis

I believe an analysis of NC Senate races should include consideration that NC Senate Democrats currently hold a 31-19 veto-proof (three-fifths) majority. I don't sense apathy on the part of NC Senate Democrats. Their comfortable majority naturally lends itself more to defense than offense. Whether that natural defensive inclination is good for "progressive" policies is another discussion.

 

If you think about it...

That means we only filed for 8 of their 19 seats, while they filed for 22 of our 31. They are actually challenging a whopping 14 more open seats than we are.

Jesus Swept ticked me off. Too short. I loved the characters and then POOF it was over.
-me

Don't feel bad

Onslow Democrats are no-shows in NC House 14, 15 and NC Senate 6 contests. They're held by Republicans (with NC House 14 promising to be an interesting Primary) and will continue to be.

Thomas S. Brock
www.brocknet.net
http://blogs.brocknet.net/bloviations/

What have YOU done today to elect a Democrat?

Thomas

What have YOU done today to make the world a better place?

So what do we do?

We can't just cede the seats to the Republicans for the rest of time (and I realize of course that's not what you're suggesting). Is there anyone locally you'd like to see in there?

From what I've seen of the current climate, there's no way a Democrat could get elected, but just throwing up our hands can't be the answer. How do we go about organizing and getting a viable candidate for next time?

(btw, I'm glad I re-found your blog, Thomas. It's how I found this place. The current denizens of BlueNC have you to blame. :) )


Of course I'm crazy, I'm a blogger. What's your excuse?

Of course I'm crazy, I'm a blogger. What's your excuse?

To thank, Lou

Thomas is who we thank.

No, Lou, we don't just stand idly by...

We have to build a coalition of progressive individuals. We raise money. Build relationships. Take stands on the important issues. We chip away, ever so slowly if it's required, at the conservative base. We slowly turn the tables, even if it takes years.

And we do it because we know it's the right thing to do and that it's the right thing for today's America, but most importantly, because it's the right thing for tomorrow's America.

Thomas S. Brock
www.brocknet.net
http://blogs.brocknet.net/bloviations/

What have YOU done today to elect a Democrat?

Thomas

What have YOU done today to make the world a better place?

Thank you Thomas

I'm poking around to see what I might be able to do to move those things along.


Of course I'm crazy, I'm a blogger. What's your excuse?

Of course I'm crazy, I'm a blogger. What's your excuse?

Nobody running in 31!

Forsyth County is split into two districts: Linda Garrou (a democrat) in the 32nd and Pete Brunstetter (a republican) in the 31st. I can't honestly explain why we couldn't post anybody for Pete's seat.

We'll do better next time. ; )

Dan Besse for Senate 31

I may be mistaken, but I thought Dan Besse was in this Senate district. I've been wanting to ask him why he is running for Lt Gov rather than to replace Sen. Brunstetter. If my assumption about his district is incorrect, my apologies.

Dan, if you're out there, is Ham Horton's old district too tough for a Dem? It has the School of the Arts, right? In all seriousness, a senator has more influence than an LG. Why run for LG when you've got a good base in Winston? (I would ask the others, but it seems that Hampton got shut out of the AG race and Walter's moving on up).

 

I think Besse ran for a district

I think Besse ran for a district seat in 1998 when John Edwards won the US Senate seat. If not mistaken, I believe he performed extremely poor in the General Election.

Dan ran against a republican incumbent in a republican district

in 1998.

Poor turnout. Popular incumbent. Dan's first race.

Yep. He was beaten. But I believe it's more commonly called "taking one for the team."

This year's empty Democratic Senate slots show how few good men and women are willing to put themselves out there in difficult races.

Let's review the history.

BP-V, I respect your support for Hampton, but here's the real story.

I ran for NC House in 1998 at the request of the then Forsyth Democratic Party chair. The incumbent Republican, Lyons Gray, was extremely popular in his district. I told the Dem chair that he was effectively unbeatable in that district (and he was). At that time, however, Lyons (a fairly moderate Republican) was in the running for House Speaker if the GOP prevailed in getting a majority overall, and he had a large campaign war chest put together. With no credible challenger, he was going to spread that around to win points with other GOP candidates in tighter races. I filed--and ran hard--primarily to make him keep his cash at home. It seemed to work. To my surprise, he was worried enough to drop more on campaign TV in the last two weeks of the election than I spent on my whole campaign. Combined with his superior name recognition and base popularity in a GOP-leaning district, that knocked my numbers down.

It was good experience, though. I knocked on more than 4,000 doors in the district during the campaign. That experience and exposure helped me three years later, when I defeated a very right-wing Republican incumbent for city office in a district that covered much of the same territory. He tried attacking me on my ties to Planned Parenthood and the Sierra Club, without notable success. And it does take persuasion to win with up-front progressive groups' support in a GOP-leaning district (or state).

I was pleased to be able to hold that seat as a progressive Democrat, in that same Republican-leaning district, by a majority of almost 80% four years later against another very conservative Republican challenger.

Experiences like these have persuaded me that we Dems can't afford to put a first-time candidate with no electoral experience into the ring against the Republican smear machine this fall. The Lieutenant Governor post has real potential to make a progressive difference, and we can't afford to hand it to the likes of John Locke Foundation fan Robert Pittenger.

Dan Besse
Democrat for Lieutenant Governor
www.danbesse2008.org

Dan Besse

Thanks for running, Mr. Besse

I appreciate your willingness to put yourself out there. However, I have to take issue with the last paragraph of your post, which is clearly a dig at Hampton.

I understand also why your campaign (at least on this site) has been targeted almost exclusively at Hampton. As any Malamute would tell you, you gotta bite the lead dog in the heel if you want to pass him, so I can accept that.

But as I understand your point, it is your assertion that your experience of losing over 2-1 to Lyons Gray and then receiving a grand total of 4,063 votes since 2001 makes you better able to run a statewide campaign against Robert Pittinger than Hampton Dellinger, who has been involved at the highest level of I think 5 statewide races, including as a spokesman, policy advisor and strategic voice in the candidate's inner circle?

I would contend that Hampton's state governmental experience, combined with his political acumen honed in those campaigns, would make him a solid nominee. In addition, Pittinger's main strength will be money - a subject certain posters on this board have belittled as a qualification for nomination. I think having enough resources to take the fight to Pittenger on HIS record statewide will be more important than having a record of successfully withstanding attack in prior municipal level elections.

I think this particular primary needs to get past the tit for tat insults on BlueNC -- including the sending of anonymous letters concerning supporters of opponents. People need to realize that there are varying forms of experience, and we have four candidates that all have valuable experience.

The question then becomes whose experience is more applicable to the job in question. One can answer that about one's own experience without belittling an opponent's experience.

"Hampton Dellinger would make a great Lieutenant Governor." - Al Gore.

"Man is free at the moment he wishes to be." -Voltaire

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"Keep the Faith"

"Keep the Faith"

short answer, it's very tough

District 31 is the "doughnut" in the unfortunate "doughtnut and hole" dual-district setup in Forsyth County. It's pretty nearly impossible for a Democrat to win, while the other, District 32, is equally unachievable for a Republican. Personally, I'm so tired of those--I'd love to see a more competitive pair of districts. But then the incumbents would (horrors) lose their guaranteed tickets. Can't have that, now.

Dan Besse
Democrat for Lieutenant Governor
www.danbesse2008.org

Dan Besse

You want my totally unqualified opinion?

I don't care how lopsided a district is, there are Democrats in every one of them. Those folks deserve someone to vote for in the State Senate race, even if it (appears to be) an exercise in futility.

If we only engage the voters in contested or Democrat-heavy districts, what are we saying to those other folks? Move somewhere else? Change your district first, and then we'll pay attention to you? Realistic or not, that leaves a bad taste in my mouth.

And just assuming that all the Republicans living in the district will automatically vote Republican is also a mistake. I mean, I'm so far left I almost fell off the left side of the left bank, and up until late Spring of last year, I was a Republican. Okay, I'm a little weird; but that's beside the point.

Change can happen anywhere people are given choices.

Thanks for your thoughts, scharrison

You make an excellent point, but I think I wanted to stress the un-viability of the candidate more than the un-viability of any Democratic candidate in general.

Your point does address that as well however, just more obliquely I suppose.

As a hypothetical example (these things are never totally hypothetical, are they?) it really just galls me that there is only one candidate on the ballot for say, the State Senate (just to pick one) in my district. Though I'd consider running, the fact of the matter is that I'm an outspoken atheist, I have no use for abstinence only sex "education", I'm vehemently in favor of equal marriage rights for the GLBT community, I moderate an anti-anti-science forum and the first time a creationist tries to mess with my kids' science education they're going to hear me all the way in Siberia etc. etc. etc.

I tend to speak frankly, and I don't abide theocrats quietly. I use offensive language when it's useful, and I have been known to write pornographic stories under an openly secret pseudonym.

I've been told I'm somewhere left of nutso. (I think that was a humorous exaggeration.) I have exactly zero elected experience. I was born and raised in Philly and moved here four years ago (can you hear the screams of "carpetbagger"?).

There's no way in Hell Onslow County would elect me to pick up the garbage (and that may or may not actually be a bad thing).

Would it be better to run a candidate like me (a hypothetical version of me, anyway) or none at all if no one remotely electable will stand? That's sort of what I was driving at. Is it worth asking for money out of progressive pockets to force at least the semblance of a contest in a time and place that we are so extremely unlikely to win? Would that money not be better used to get someone like Marshall Adame or Dan Besse (as a couple for instances) elected?

I hope I've better communicated my question this time.

Again, thanks for your time.


Of course I'm crazy, I'm a blogger. What's your excuse?

Of course I'm crazy, I'm a blogger. What's your excuse?

Oh my word.

Though I'd consider running, the fact of the matter is that I'm an outspoken atheist, I have no use for abstinence only sex "education", I'm vehemently in favor of equal marriage rights for the GLBT community, I moderate an anti-anti-science forum and the first time a creationist tries to mess with my kids' science education they're going to hear me all the way in Siberia etc. etc. etc.

I fear we may be long lost brothers.

Lou/Christopher '12

The Ol' Man got around, didn't he?

It's about time someone represented us then isn't it?

If you're a hockey fan, I think we're golden. (Long as you don't root for the Devils.)


Of course I'm crazy, I'm a blogger. What's your excuse?

Of course I'm crazy, I'm a blogger. What's your excuse?

Jeebus.

Listen. I promise not to dis the Flyers. I never liked the Devils - just lay off the Pens and the Rangers, and we'll stay friends. For the rest of it - holy crap.

Be the change you wish to see in the world. --Gandhi

You framed the winner-take-all district dilemma perfectly

However, in NC, these districts do not occur in vacuums. An NC House seat overlaps with an NC Senate seat, which is part of a county that elects commissioners, which is part of local judicial district, which is part of the state-wide races, etc...

Mastering the overlaps of these districts and development (timing) of these constituencies is how centrist Democrats have been able to keep the GOP at bay in NC for so long.

To answer your question directly, run for Soil and Water Conservation district (or the like) first, and work your way up. Slow and steady progress is how the impossible has become possible in NC (Senator Julia Boseman winning a 2006 reelection in a landslide in a GOP-leaning district - AFTER she had served a term on the New Hanover County Commission and AFTER being in involved in the local arena).

It is more problematic when the community doesn't know you -- the cries of carpetbagger as you point out.

So, in the example above should Dan Besse have taken a shot at Senate 31 before running a statewide race? He has been successful in a tough local district and can move up the ladder and gain more credence for progressive ideas and broaden regional support.

Likewise, is a futile Jim Neal candidacy (primary or general) worth the educational effect it will have on his issues or should he have run for Orange County Commission first and saved the party money to fight Dole in Nov?

You're not alone in asking this Nader-esque question. How do we turn red to purple to blue most effectively?

 

The Onslow County Commissioners are gonna hate you

when they find out you encouraged me.

I reckon it's time I started doing something useful. (I learned to say reckon in WV - see? I ain't so bad.)

Maybe I'll just start showing up to the Commissioners' meetings and school board meetings and Soil and Water meetings and whatnot, and see how many people I can piss off things work around here.


Of course I'm crazy, I'm a blogger. What's your excuse?

Of course I'm crazy, I'm a blogger. What's your excuse?

That is exactly what you do.

Take a look at your experience and skills and find a place in your local area where they would be useful. Seriously. Local government stuff is time consuming, fairly thankless and the pay sucks -- but it's rewarding in ways that are impossible to articulate.

Go to local board, council and commission meetings (I believe most if not all are by law "public" no matter how small the board is) and figure out where they are and where they're going and where there are vacancies that need filling. Offer to serve, then offer your opinion. Or go and offer your opinion and you will probably meet a few other people in the room and in your local area who share your opinion -- which is always cool.

There are appointed county and town Planning Boards, Economic Development Boards, Downtown Development boards. And under them there are smaller appointed groups that work on very focused issues where volunteers are always needed. Then of course, there are elected School Boards, County Commissioners and Town Councils, but you'll have a much better understanding of (and ability to speak to) the issues people care about in your area if you've been going to those meetings and working with others in the community to solve problems or improve things. I seriously doubt any local government has all the people it needs serving in all the places it needs volunteers.

Local government involvement, for me, seems to vary wildly between mind numbingly boring, powder-keg contentious (school boards are good for this it seems), frustrating, surprising, interesting, satisfying and rewarding.

That's my two cents, anyway ... ;)

So ... HAVE FUN!!! :)

"They took all the trees and put them in a tree museum Then they charged the people a dollar 'n a half just to see 'em. Don't it always seem to go that you don't know what you've got till it's gone? They paved paradise and put up a parking lot."

IUsername here, I'm going to take issue with your premise.

Likewise, is a futile Jim Neal candidacy (primary or general) worth the educational effect it will have on his issues or should he have run for Orange County Commission first and saved the party money to fight Dole in Nov?

In particular, your sideways swipe at Jim Neal. No, he has no experience running in a political race. I'll remind you, John Edwards had never run for office before he beat a sitting Senator in '98. Remember?

As for Neal's issues, they don't seem to be any different from State Senator Kay Hagan's, who is the main primary opposition to Neal in this race. The other contenders - Lassiter, Staley, et al., will not show well in the primary, I don't think.

My money is on Neal, who has the same issues most Democrats have. At the last large gathering of statewide Democrats, the SEC meeting in Hamlet in January, both Hagan and Neal had a chance to speak to a large crowd of Democrats. Hagan, while a very nice woman face to face, phoned in her speech, and Neal fire the crowd up. Neal has an impressive grassroots ground game. Hagan appears to be waiting for the good old boy/girl network to do its thing for her.

I think you're betting on name recognition when this is one year when it's becoming clearer that grassroots organization is what's going to win the thing. (And you're betting on name recognition when Hagan has little outside of the Greensboro market).

And I suspect that the Party will back the nominee.

Be the change you wish to see in the world. --Gandhi

There's an article around here

somewhere where Mr. Neal lays out four differences he has with State Senator Hagan. I've done a ton of reading here and at candidates' sites, so I don't recall exactly where it is. There's also a video.

I don't have a firm enough handle the issues or the candidates yet to make an informed opinion, but if his points are an accurate representation of both of their positions, he'll have my vote.

I'll see if I can dig that back up.


Of course I'm crazy, I'm a blogger. What's your excuse?

Of course I'm crazy, I'm a blogger. What's your excuse?

Thanks, Lou!

I saw it. Jim Neal has my vote already. :-D

Be the change you wish to see in the world. --Gandhi

Everybody has issues

that impact their lives, right? Even an "unelectable" candidate can bring focus to issues that need to be dealt with, and talk about ways to work through them. He/she might not win the election, but if those issues continue to be a problem, folks might remember that "crazy Democrat" that had some ideas about fixing those things.

I think a lot of folks choose their political party based on subjective and stereotypical reasons, whether it's perceived morality, or even something as simple as being raised in a Republican household. But issues can make a difference, and there's a reason why those voting machines have little barriers on the side.

As far as the money being better spent elsewhere, you have a point. But bringing more Democrats to the polls can only help statewide races. I don't know—that's a toughie.

Listen

I used to think, a Democrat in every race, every time. Then I rethought that. Now I think - good candidates - preferably Democrats, in every race. It will be a cold, cold day- colder than it gets in NC, before I vote for a Republican, but I can see my self voting for an Unaffiliated candidate in a race, even if a Democrat is running and I think the Democrat is an ass. (hee - Democrat-Ass, I made a pun.) Witness Dennis Neilsen. No, I don't have it in for him, but dang. Just. Dang. When did "Government doesn't work." become a line you hear from a Democrat's mouth? Dang.

Be the change you wish to see in the world. --Gandhi

BITCH, HE HAS A STATUE!

But yeah, he still kinda sucks. I also love the fact that he's a gun nut. That makes it all oh-so-much sweeter

Any whackjob with some plaster can have a statue.

$49.95 with a 10% discount for cash. He was like someone's crazy grandpa got into the corn likker and decided, "well, hell, gubmint dont work wurth a damn anyhow. I reckon I'll go be guvner." And so he did.

Be the change you wish to see in the world. --Gandhi

Uh oh.

Is it bad that my immediate thought for the first 2-3 minutes after I read this consisted of me both imagining a mockup of a statue of myself, and also how expensive plaster is?

Regardless, you need to move in next door, so my misery goes accompanied.

OR YOU CAN COME WITH ME TO OHIO TOMORROW! I have two open seats.

Oh, and that's Ms. Bitch, thanks.

Maybe he's not really Dennis Neilsen. Maybe Dennis Neilsen really, tragically died in that plan crash and the guy that carried that baby out of the plan crash was a crazy carny guy who was on the run from the law because he had blown up the midget who was supposed to get shot out of the cannon. The plane crashed right in front of him and he saw a chance to make a new life for himself. So he rescues the baby, and runs for governor of NC, until I ask him Why. Then he descends into a pit of existential despair asking himself over and over and over again...why, why, why........

I watched to many made for tv movies in the 70's.

Be the change you wish to see in the world. --Gandhi

wow.

maybe i should write that shit and be rich instead of giving it away for free here.

Be the change you wish to see in the world. --Gandhi

It's official.

We're world-class incoherent late night threadjackers. I feel like I'm becoming the anti-blog.

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