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I'm going to run a two series of posts over the course of the month. The first will be in political races in Kentucky. I will also try to get some contributions from other states on upcoming races, particularly Congressional although any state race in any area will be open to discussion. I would like to get commentary and for some of my regular readers, I'd also like to ask your help. If you could send me email or comment on the blog on political action in your area, it would be appreciated. I'd also like, if folks are interested to do a guest post. If you've got a site, I'll link to it and mention it prominently.
The other series we'll work on will be the 2006 General Assembly. Lots will be going on and there's a budget to pass so we'll see what happens.
I will continue with the national commentary as well and plan on bringing my cohorts in for more posting. Thanks to the my readership and I hope we can continue to grow.
posted by Stithmeister @ 9:21 PM
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