February 03, 2005
Heat is turned up in Mayoral campaign
The flames of rhetoric are being fanned (how many times have we heard and used that tired metaphor?). Ron Littlefield's campaign is making remarks about Ann Coulter's nonexistent voting history as it pertains to municipal elections. Coulter's response (same article) seems to be "never mind about this being my first city election, I'm here to use my experience and know-how on this city anyway."
What is a voter to believe? I remain undecided, and I think that points to the fact that there is a good campaign being put on. Usually I have begrudgingly determined to get behind one lunk or another by this point, but in this one I am truly energetic about finding the best choice.
On another note, there have been and will be good forums held by various organizations, but a fellow blogger and I are putting together a plan to conduct and post some blogger interviews (bloggerviews), with the intent of rounding out the information choices for Chattanoogans with regard to this election. I would also like to do the same thing for the City Council elections, since I see almost nothing substantial written about them. Stay tuned to this blog (and smijer's) for further info. (Will update this post with his link later today, can't locate it using this pc.)
Elections | By joe lance | 02:58 PM
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