Friday, October 24, 2008

Gov. Perry--in Williamson Co. or not? Acknowledged or not?

I am struck this evening by the difference in the info on the Democratic and Republican blogs in Williamson County. The Democratic blog, Eye on Williamson, notes:

“Rick Perry in Wilco?Bring it on!
Literally 1,000 Feet from Democratic HQ, Gov. Perry is trying to revive the Duty and Daniels Campaign.
Gov. Perry and the local candidates are meeting at the 620 Café at 10am Saturday morning to rally."

For the entire post, go to

With an entirely different approach, the Republican blog, Williamson Republic, announces:

“Saturday, October 25th, 9 to 11 a.m.- Coffee with the Candidates at the 620 Café and Bakery, located on RM 620 at 910 Round Rock Ave. in Round Rock. Local candidates and elected officials will be on hand to meet voters and encourage early voting for the Republican ticket.”

This post is on

Is it just me, or has anybody else noticed that the Democrats mention Gov. Perry and the Republicans do not? Is Gov. Perry really not going to be there? Or is he going to be there, but he is so unpopular in much of Williamson because of trying to pave us over with the Trans-Texas Corridor that the Republicans don’t want to mention him?

Very interesting.

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