>The Circus Comes to Ozaukee County & 1000 Post Special Plans

>Am I glad that I’m out of the county until Election Day.

Mr. Nice & Mrs. Mean apparently were in Cedarburg. It does say something that those two went to the reddest of the red counties in Wisconsin. By the way, I’ve been to Cedarburg many times, I wouldn’t in a million years describe it as a small town. (There is actually a Town of Cedarburg, which is small, but N&M were in the City of Cedarburg, which is pretty much a tourist trap for those who like antiques and dairy products.)

Perhaps it’s a good sign of the times, but the Journal Sentinel is not endorsing Jimmy Sensenbrenner in the Republican primary, perhaps this might actually turn into (GASP) an endorsement for the Democrat in the district? I’ll be optimistic.

By the way, coming up soon: The 1000th Post special! Believe it or not, this corner of the internet and my id has almost churned out 1000 posts. Feel free to drop a question or several in the comments section of this post.

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2 comments

  1. Anonymous · September 6, 2008

    >congrats on the upcoming 1,000th post.i’m curious whether you will continue to vote in wisconsin after you move to australia. does wisconsin even allow expats to vote in state and local elections? some states do, but not all. for example, i recall reading once that texas allows people in the military who are stationed overseas to claim state residency — enabling them to vote, etc. (but without having to pay state or municipal income taxes, since texas has neither).

  2. Anonymous · September 6, 2008

    >congrats on the upcoming 1,000th post.i’m curious whether you will continue to vote in wisconsin after you move to australia. does wisconsin even allow expats to vote in state and local elections? some states do, but not all. for example, i recall reading once that texas allows people in the military who are stationed overseas to claim state residency — enabling them to vote, etc. (but without having to pay state or municipal income taxes, since texas has neither).

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