Saturday, September 27, 2008

On Madia Signgate

It's ridiculous.

I don't care who's sign is in the right of way...leave them alone. Signs don't win elections. But messing with someone else's signs could lead to defeat.

Sort this out ASAP and move on. It does not matter if Brodkorb and the Paulsen Campaign set this up. Don't mess with someone else's lawn signs.

In a very competitive race in which Ashwin has tremendous momentum and is able to go toe to toe with Paulsen on the issues, he now has to spend significant time answering these charges, time that could be spent raising money and working to get Madia's positive message out.

If Pollock was involved in this, he should be questions asked.

This race is much too important for lawn signs to be the focal point. Of all the things that could have stung Madia's credibility, it's 2 lawn signs outside a Perkins in Maple Grove.


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