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Saturday, February 2, 2008
posted by Anonymous | 7:57 PM | permalink
Governor Romney:

"Today, the people of Maine joined those from across the nation in casting their vote for conservative change in Washington. All across the state, men and women gathered to help chart the future course of our country. Tonight, they have made their voice known and have endorsed our conservative vision for a stronger America. Like many Americans, the people of Maine are tired of Washington promises made but broken."

"The need for change in Washington is even more apparent today. With our economy facing uncertain times, we need a leader who actually understands how the economy works and how jobs are created. We also need a leader from outside of Washington who is ready to meet the long-term challenges facing our country. With a career spent working in the economy, creating jobs, turning around faltering institutions and imposing fiscal discipline, I am ready to bring conservative change to Washington. In this campaign, I am proud to have the support of the people of Maine."
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This article sure puts things into perspective.

Definitely shows, this is not over.

This is a really nice boost in the arm and attention getter as we approach 2/5. Let's go Romney!

Just another note on the Romney victory in Maine. Quoting the CBS/AP story, which can be found here

“Despite a sleet storm the night before that left much of the state coated with slush and ice Saturday morning, cars jammed the parking lot outside an Augusta elementary school where Kennebec County municipalities were caucusing.”

"Kim Pettengill, who has been a party activist for more than three decades, said Saturday's was the largest Kennebec County caucus turnout since 1980, the year Ronald Reagan won his first GOP nomination for president.
Party Executive Director Julie O'Brien said other counties reported similarly heavy turnouts."

I have to ask what would have caused a record turn out, following a sleet storm nonetheless, other than the fear of a possible McCain victory. Let us hope we have more of this to look forward to.

By Anonymous Layne Pitcher, at February 3, 2008 at 1:08 AM  

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