We checked out a lot of political booths and all sorts of other fun stuff.
We'll post the photos later, but we did notice that Faris changed her booth a bit. She removed the Al Franken and Norm Coleman "slash" signs, as well as covered up her slogan, "A Minnesota solution to a New York problem". It was covered up on both the side and in the front.
Now, I am watching her on "Between the Lines".
Faris is encouraging Republican's to "cross over" and vote in the DFL primary. "I have a lot of conservative friends who support me. I have a lot of conservative ideas but I am a true blue Democrat".
From her website, where she is encouraging Republicans to "cross over" and vote for her in the 9/9 primary.
I urge you to vote for me in the Democratic Primary. You may not vote in both the Democratic and Republican primaries at the same time, but by voting in the Democratic Primary on September 9th, you are NOT prohibited from voting for candidates from either party in November.
Faris just made the argument that because she has tragically lost her son to a drunk driving incident, and that Franken, Coleman, or any other politician have NOT lost a loved one in Iraq, that she is more qualified to serve, based on knowing the personal pain of losing a loved one.
She'll be lucky to get 15% in the primary...counting the cross over voters she's courting.
Pictures coming later!