Tuesday, November 29, 2005

politics is so much fun.

The campaign has gotten underway pretty well in Windsor-Tecumseh. Hundreds of signs are already up and are continuing to go up. Rick has knocked on over 13,000 doors and held a couple of town halls. It's amazing and gratifying to stand behind someone so hard-working and sincere.

We've gotten some great media hits in the past few weeks. 1984 PC Candidate Tom Porter has agreed to be an honourary Campaign Chair. Our voter tracking shows former non-supporters who are changing their mind. Not to mention Harper was looking and sounding great last night.

It's good to be back in a campaign. The political situation for the last year and a half has been exhausting. Just need to finish exams and then I can really get to work!

I'll try to update a bit more often during the next 55 days. Happy campaigning, everyone!

Friday, November 04, 2005

Windsor-Tecumseh Town Hall

I have been a terrible, terrible blogger. In my defense I'm not paying attention to much other than textbooks, midterms and assignments lately... except for all the fliers for the

Town Hall Meeting
with Windsor-Tecumseh Conservative Candidate

Rick Fuschi
Tuesday, November 15, 7pm
Knights of Columbus on Lesperance in Tecumseh

So anyone who can make it out should make the trip. It should be a good night.

Windsor-Tecumseh: the riding that's so cool, (Essex MP) Jeff Watson just can't stop holding events there!
(Essex: the riding that's not quite cool enough for Jeff Watson to bother moving there!)

I couldn't resist.

Bernier's bad bet

Adrian Wyld/Canadian Press Maxime Bernier is taking a gamble. He believes that there is a large, disenfranchised voting bloc in Canada...