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nacho:
On the way to the metro today I was attacked by the very cute (in a housewifey sort of way) Lucinda Lessley (http://lucindalessley.com/).  She photographs poorly, it seems, because she was way cuter than what shows up on her webpage.

She's pro Purple Line (I'm voting the Purple Line ticket on Primary day -- Fajwat, I have a list of pro-mass transit candidates, if you want it) and on board with other good stuff...and things...and stuff. 


--- Quote ---I am running for the Maryland General Assembly from District 20 to fight for the issues that are of greatest concern to our community, including the continued development of a balanced transportation network, the expansion of affordable housing opportunities, the preservation of our natural resources, and the continuation of investments in our public school system. I strongly believe that our government of the people must be responsible to the citizens of Maryland and not to special interests.
--- End quote ---


All the chicks like her, the Green Democrats, and our boy Ewing (who once helped me clean up at my weekend job, which involved stealing booze).  So that takes care of District 20. 

She's up against Ida Rubin, who'll win.  Franchot and Hixon...who'll both win.  So there's just that fourth slot, which is led by big people -- Murray (who has it now and is dead weight), Hucker (Mr. Progressive, snore), Klein (endorsed by the Godhead Sarbanes), Mizeur (of the old Kerry 04 team).  http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/metro/elections/2006/maryland/Maryland_State_House_District_20.html

She's damned.  But... I just contributed to her campaign because she made sense this morning.

Reginald McGraw:
Click on lucindalessley.com

WHAM

Sorry category "Sex" is filtered!

Now I see why you favour her.

Tatertots:
Ha ha! Hilarious.

Actually, she seems like a good, decent, and level-headed candidate.


--- Quote ---I am running for the Maryland General Assembly from District 20 to fight for the issues that are of greatest concern to our community, including the continued development of a balanced transportation network, the expansion of affordable housing opportunities, the preservation of our natural resources, and the continuation of investments in our public school system. I strongly believe that our government of the people must be responsible to the citizens of Maryland and not to special interests.
--- End quote ---

And, yes, she is easy on the eyes. Which is a god-send in these dirty flabby saggy nasty old-man times in politics.

nacho:
The pictures make her look too big.  She was really small in person:



nacho:
Q&A with the Gazette --

http://www.gazette.net/stories/080106/montele150033_31913.shtml

She's a bit wobbly on the illegals question, but that's kind of a silly question to ask. 

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