Sunday, January 08, 2006

Who's Not Helping Nussle in Iowa?

Who's Not Helping Nussle in Iowa?

Via Political Wire, some of the GOP wannabees aren't $haring the love:

When Nussle asked the political action committees of some possible 2008 candidates for donations, not everybody ponied up. Those who did, according to soon-to-be-released financial reports: Virginia Sen. George Allen $10,000; Arizona Sen. John McCain $5,000; Kansas Sen. Sam Brownback $2,000; and Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum $1,000. Who didn't: Tennessee Sen. Bill Frist, New York Gov. George Pataki, and Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. But, we're assured, Pataki and Romney showed their love by offering to help raise money...


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Blogger m.tietjen said...

Well - those spammers above didn't have anything interesting to say, but the Des Moines Register does. Seems that the Krause's (owners of Iowa's chain of Kum & Go convenience stores) have decided to pull their financial support for Nussle's campaign due to Nussle's pledge to stop Touchplay gambling....

12:21 PM  
Blogger "Orange Mike" Lowrey said...

Why haven't there been any new postings about Nussle's antics?

2:25 PM  

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