BREAKING NEWS*** Harmer finally concedes.
Original post made by Chet on Dec 3, 2010
McNerney's office said Friday afternoon that Harmer called the congressman earlier in the day and congratulated him on winning the Nov. 2 election.
There has been no public comment from the Harmer campaign.
We in District 11 are very proud that Jerry McNerney is going back
to represent us in Washington D.C.
on Dec 3, 2010 at 10:46 pm
Sometimes the better man does not win.
on Dec 4, 2010 at 7:35 am
In our corridor we have two congress members that need to know the will and interests of the people for actions by congress. May we have your readers and commentators provide positions on issues, and new issues for consideration, in discussion of expectations for congressional results? What specific issues for California need congressional action?
Shall we start with sources and uses of funds? What do your readers and commentators see as appropriate actions on taxes and other sources of income? How do they feel about costs to governments such as war, banking bailouts, entitlements and more. Do they expect bi-partisan efforts to resolve economic and operational issues?
Can we start such a conversation between you and your readers?
on Dec 4, 2010 at 8:41 am
The right man won for all the right reasons.