You are currently browsing the daily archive for June 4, 2010.

From the Hagen campaign:
HAGEN CAMPAIGN RECEPTION DURING ARTS! ALIVE

District Attorney candidate Paul Hagen invites members of the public to a reception at his campaign headquarters during Saturday’s Arts! Alive. This is an opportunity to meet Paul face to face, ask him questions and get direct answers, discuss with him your concerns about Humboldt County’s future, and learn about his beliefs and values.

The meet and greet reception will feature photos and paintings from several local artists, including Matthew Filar, Rick Greene, Cecelia Ricci, Sara Starr, and Wylie Landry.
The reception will take place on Saturday, June 5 from 6 to 9 p.m. at Paul Hagen Campaign Headquarters at 416 2nd Street in Old Town Eureka across from the Gazebo. Refreshments will be served.

For more information about Paul Hagen’s campaign for District Attorney, please visit the website www.hagenforda.com or call 832-8056.

I had heard that Jeff Leonard has been working hard to make up for a bad city council vote some time back, and his response reflects as much.  Actually, I’m fine with all three responses.  Joe is performing a great public service here, although I can sympathize with candidates who prefer to keep their election votes private.   There might not be a problem with this one, but some may not want to open that door for future questions.  Also, while those candidates who get right back to Joe should be commended, the races are in their final stretch and each candidate is probably receiving a plethora of emails requiring response.

I do believe the question is relevant to every office.  It’s a transcendent issue just as desegregation was a half-century ago.  It shouldn’t even be political.

Archives

June 2010
S M T W T F S
« May   Jul »
 12345
6789101112
13141516171819
20212223242526
27282930