Political Radar


July 30th, 2013

Rep. Calvin Say, the former House speaker, has suggested that he might challenge Lt. Gov. Shan Tsutsui in the Democratic primary.

Say raised virtually no money during the past six months, according to his latest campaign-finance report, but had $105,205 in cash on hand at the end of June that was left over from previous House campaigns.

3 Responses to “Base”

  1. ohiaforest3400:

    If Calvin goes that route, it will be quite a contrast to Speaker Joe, who stayed, contributed, and earned -- or played his cards right for -- another turn as Speaker. Maybe Calvin could also learn that what is old can be new again.

  2. Mike:


  3. Especially Incognito:

    Recycle old stuff.

    Joe is a DINO and should run
    as a republican next year. No vote from me.
    Speak all you like Joe..When are you going to do something?

    Calvin will have the last Say. He
    needs to brush up on speaking.

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