Sunday, March 25, 2007

Vote John Breaux -- Governor of Maryland

Dear Friends:

Please join our effort to elect former US Sen. John Breaux (D-MD) as Governor of the great state of Maryland.

Senator Breaux is exactly the type of person we need to lead Maryland. Despite reports to the contrary, John has lived and worked in and around the Maryland/Washington, DC area since his election to Congress in 1972.

Prior to his service in Congress, John served as Chief of Staff to then-Congressman Edwin Edwards. He was trained by the best and brightest.

John Breaux is exactly the type of "white, centrist Democrat" that Congressman Charlie Melancon says can win a statewide election.

Thank you for visiting our site -- and Go Terrapins!!


Nola Blogger said...

I hope he wins!

jeinla said...

He once ate a piece of boudin in Louisiana. Will that adversely affect his Maryland candidacy?

KingHueyDeweyLouie said...

I didn't think that the King of France could run for governor?

Roberto from Cuba said...

But ah, did he actually “eat” the boudin? I do not think so.