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January 30, 2009

Someone had a really good week in District 2

First, candidate for Pittsburgh City Council District 2 Georgia Blotzer far outstripped her opponents in fundraising even though she had voluntarily set the lowest limits on campaign contributions.

Second, she got the endorsement of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

The special election for Pittsburgh City Council District 2 will be held this Tuesday, February 3rd.


If, you'd like to get on board -- or just check out the candidate -- you can attend a Meet & Greet with Georgia tonight at Redbeard's:

What: Meet & Greet with City Council Candidate Georgia Blotzer
When: Friday, January 30th from 5:00-7:00 PM
Where: Redbeard's on Mt. Washington, 201 Shiloh Street, Pittsburgh PA 15211 (Map)
What Else: Free appetizers and drink specials. Stop by the sign-in table to get your wristband

More info here.
Obligatory Disclaimer: As mentioned before here, I've been paid by the Georgia for Council campaign to create and maintain her web site:

www.georgiaforcouncil.com

I have not been hired/paid to blog for her.
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4 comments:

Bob said...

You have not been paid by her.

So, are you po'd that she hasn't paid you yet?

;)

Maria said...

I get the joke, but just to be clear for anyone reading this: I have been fully paid for what I was hired to do: create and maintain her campaign web site.

I was not hired to blog for her -- that's on my own dime.

Maria said...

I've changed it to be "hired/paid."

Matt H said...

Theresa Smith all the way. It would be in my community's best interest for Smith to win.

Blotzer doesn't even know the district!