Thursday, October 23, 2008

Noise Builds, Part 2 - Daytime, Nighttime, Anytime

Catch the debate on WOSU tonight at 8pm, either alone at home or at the Short North Tavern with other folks.

Catch Michelle Obama in Bexley tomorrow morning at Capital University, where the power of Hope will eliminate any lingering infestation of McCooties. Both campaigns have now placed Capital in Columbus. Sigh.

Throw some dough at Nancy Garland tomorrow evening, and meet Lee Fisher. Remember that the state rebates up to 50$ per person/$100 per couple for political contributions to state candidates. Nancy's campaign is an excellent place to put your free $50 this year.

Oh, and if you were wondering what the Governor is doing while the Lt. Governor is meeting the public? He's filming commercials for Nancy, is what he's doing:

Get up Saturday morning and help the Franklin County Democratic Party put labels on 100,000 pieces of literature. That's right, One Hundred Thousand. For all y'all who have been hesitant to volunteer because you don't like actually talking to people, well, you've found your thing.

And on Saturday evening, some well earned R&R with Jazz Keyboardist Brian O'Neal.

Although whoever scheduled that during the OSU-PSU game really ought to be quite embarrassed.

This is not an exhaustive list by any means. If you're looking for something to do, try one of the following:

The Garland Campaign
The Robinson Campaign
The Obama Campaign
The Franklin County Dems

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