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blue_onyx Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Nov-06-10 01:01 PM
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26. She was mentioned
but said she wasn't interested. She would've done well but I don't blame her not wanting to run. I really came to like Kildee during the short time he was running. I saw a 30 minute interview he did with a news station in Grand Rapids, as well as youtube videos from a Democratic forum. I was impressed with him. He came across as likable, informed, and competent. Archer was well-liked, well-known, and would've done well. Although I was disappointed with his involvement in the Ohio casinos.

Bernero turned me off with the large amount of rhetoric (ex: "fat cats"). He also wasn't nearly as progressive as people made him out to be...probably because when primary opponent is Dillon, anyone looks progressive. I wanted Bernero to win but my support was more anti-Republican than pro-Bernero.

Bernero and Brewer aren't completely to blame. They do deserve some blame.
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