Take Janet Reilly, for instance.
She’s counted up all the doors she’s knocked upon during her campaign so far and she’s hit 3000. Wow, that’s a lot.
See? Here’s her release from yesterday:
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Not to be outdone, Stanfoo-educated Kat Anderson handed out her 15,000th brochure just today. The legal eagle reports that #14,999 went to a landlord named Benny and #15,000 went to Ed and Kevin at the JetMail business at the southern reaches of the district.
If you print up 15k worth of brochures and you hand them all out, then it’s easy to keep count, I s’pose.
Anyway, appears as if the typical resident and the typical small business owner in District 2 are going to run into more than one candidate before all is said and done. Don’t know if that’s true in any of the other districts…
All six declared hopefuls should be at the big forum coming up next week. See you there.
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