It’s true. Hillary will be here (okay, in New Albana, Indiana) on Thursday/Friday. Bill is making several stops around Indiana. Media execs are hopeful that the national campaigns buy up some television time, since the money seems to have dried up in local and statewide races for the time being. Obama will be in our neck of the woods quite soon, we hear.
Interesting that the KDP spent a record $550,000 on Scott Alexander’s failed special election senate bid and lost while RPK spent just $275K on Brandon Smith’s victory. Maybe a little evidence that meddling and vote buying is bad news, eh? Just saying. [H-L]
The American Printing House for the Blind is conducting an essay contest about how APH products have made an impact on peoples’ lives. Open to students with a visual impairment enrolled in grades 3-12, adult consumers of APH products, teachers of those who are visually impaired, rehab counselors, other professionals in the field of blindness. Lots of great prizes valued up to $1,000. Spread the word. [APH]
Even the mainstream media is noticing that Bruce Lunsford is receiving the endorsement of organized labor. We keep waiting for more news in the U.S. Senate race because it’s almost April and nothing is going on. Will anyone ever make the news? Maybe start attacking? Please? [Hebert, PolWatchers, C-J]
We’re still waiting on campaign updates from Greg Fischer. Nothing since January 15th on his blog. Mike Cassaro is the only person using his website these days. [Greg Fischer, Michael Cassaro]
Senate President David Williams isn’t keen on the House budget so he’s all up on cuts cuts cuts. Wouldn’t it be interesting if he grew some balls and pushed a huge cancer stick tax hike? He’d probably be less hated. [H-L]