Was There An Election?

I feel like there was an election recently. Yes? No? I don’t remember; it’s all a daze.

I spent the last few months working for the Charlie Crist for Governor campaign and, as I’m sure you are aware, we were unsuccessful in out endeavor to convince the people of Florida that Governor Rick Scott does not have the interests of the general public in mind. Money speaks volumes and when you don’t have it, or don’t have as much as your opponent, you can’t speak.ON NOW

I’m not bitter. Honestly. We busted our butts for a cause we believed and continue to believe in. Unfortunately, the people of Florida disagreed with us. And that’s okay.

It was a learning experience, to be sure. But, now that I’ve gotten some much needed rest and I finally feel like I’m getting out of the sleep deprived haze, I’m back to writing.

Things are looking positive and I’m looking forward to running full steam ahead to finish this year strong and start the next year with some momentum!

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Bryan is the founder of 2 Rights Make a Left. While obtaining his J.D., Bryan researched and wrote extensively on Capital Punishment, an issue that remains close to his heart to this day. He has spent the majority of his adult life involved in politics in some form or another. Bryan spends most of his time reading, writing and discussing all things politics. Bryan loves to travel and, if he had his way, would constantly be jetting off to another destination. The rest of his time is spent following his beloved Bears, Bulls and Cubbies.

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4 Comments Was There An Election?

  1. Chupacabra

    From 1890 to 1908, ten of the eleven former Confederate states completed political suppression and exclusion of these groups by ratifying new constitutions or amendments which incorporated provisions to make voter registration more difficult. These included such requirements as payment of poll taxes , complicated record keeping, complicated timing of registration and length of residency in relation to elections, with related record-keeping requirements; felony disenfranchisement focusing on crimes thought to be committed by African Americans,

    1. http://114-west.com/emoji/

      My recent fav 3 interviews were Fran Lebowitz from your 12 hour anniversary show, Suki Hawley and the Battle for Brooklyn. I’d also *love* a montage of Janeane’s Katherine Harris interviews, or just the 1st interview from your anniversary show. I guess you knew that not just myself, but others have many more than 3 favs, but given only 3, those paticular ones popped up at the top of my head.

  2. ArtMoney

    Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press, or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.


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