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Sunday, November 2, 2008

Renzi Bus Blitz

Dave Renzi is on a three day bus blitz of the entire 48th Senate District, covering all three counties.Day one covered Oswego County, day two, today is covering St. Lawrence County today and day three will be a wrap up home county swing in Jefferson County.

News Release

The Dave Renzi for Senate campaign rolled on Saturday, picking up momentum and support from voters throughout Oswego County, as the candidate launched his district-wide bus blitz.

Renzi supporters, energized by Saturday's strong endorsement from another major newspaper in the district, joined the candidate, Congressman John McHugh and others, as they met with voters at popular spots throughout the county.

"Everywhere I go, I am meeting enthusiastic supporters – and picking up a few more – as we head into the home stretch toward victory on Tuesday," said Renzi. "My message of positive change and fresh ideas is connecting with voters, who are tired of seeing our needs ignored by Albany."

The blitz continues Sunday at the district's northern end, with stops in the St. Lawrence County communities of Gouverneur, Hammond, Morristown, Ogdensburg, Heuvelton, Lisbon, Waddington, Madrid, Canton, DeKalb Junction and Richville.


State Senate candidate Dave Renzi and supporters.
Pre-election bus-blitz tour of the 48th Senate District
            Sunday, November 2, 2008, 12:30 PM
Casablanca Restaurant, 413 East Main St., Gouverneur

Pictures from yesterday's trip

 

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Looks like your boy is screwed IV. - In the 48th SD, the Democrats' newest member, Sen. Darrel Aubertine, has seen his 20-point lead from September over Republican David Renzi dwindle to 11 points with 13 percent of respondents sill undecided. That's still a big chasm to close with Election Day so close.

TF said...

Uh, check the brand new Siena poll.

Dan Francis said...

Power, influence, one party over the other, winning is all that matters - tons of money and, yada, yada, yap, yap, etc ... I understand all that - and that's what stinks ...

Accomplishment in terms that benefit the public as a whole, not any one segment, except those who are the weakest among society, is and should be the aim and focus at all times - the betterment of the whole - not the whole Party.

Naïve, Dan? Probably.

Anonymous said...

How in the world can 11 points down be considered "momentum"?

Anonymous said...

Obviously your boy doesn't know much about St. Lawrence County or he wouldn't have gone to the Casablanca.

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