Political Radar

Calling

August 8th, 2014

The League of Conservation Voters has reported another $4,221 on phone calls for U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz in his Democratic primary for Senate against U.S. Rep. Colleen Hanabusa.

The national group, according to federal independent expenditure reports, has spent more than $504,670 in Hawaii so far.

3 Responses to “Calling”

  1. BB fan:

    I hope he loses I'm tired of getting all of those calls some call within minutes of each other.


  2. Tiki808:

    Did you go to the polls already? Did you vote for Colleen Hanabusa?


  3. Chicken Grease:

    VOTE FOR SCHATZ. DON'T YOU WANT YOUR VOTE TO MATTER?

    TIme to, yeah, quote Mr. Shaun:

    Shaun Campbell:
    July 25th, 2014 at 7:12 pm

    Here's where Hanabusa voted for Simpson-Bowles plan that would actually have cut back Social Security for our kupuna: https://www.govtrack.us/congress/votes/113-2013/h36

    And let's quote a Grease:

    When a bunch of you say, "oh, Simpson-Bowles plan WASN'T to cut social security," well, essentially . . . what the H3LL are you talking about????? And why isn't HanaBuSa saying the same thing youse are saying????? It's because she knows she CAN'T refute it!!!!!

    So there.

    Don't waste your vote! VOTE FOR SCHATZ!!!! VOTE FOR TAKAI!!!!!

    A Grease doesn't hallucinate, is heard, read, and doesn't end up incognito or forgotten 🙂

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