Still reportedly smarting from her brush with real employment during the 2006 campaign, our favoritest Humboldt County Supervisor Bonnie Neely is leaving nothing to chance next time around.
Two separate e-mailers told the Humboldt Mirror that they received phone calls from Ms. Neely requesting campaign contributions for her anticipated return to the public trough–in 2010.
The first said that when he answered the phone, he assumed Neely was calling on behalf of Clendenen, Atkins or Clark, three candidates whose names will appear on actual ballots and everything in the current election cycle.
“But she just wanted money for herself,” he said, and added that he had no idea how his name ended up on her list of supporters.
“I wouldn’t vote for her if she were the only candidate running,” he said. “Learning that she’s this focused already on an election more than two years from now only confirms that.”
The second e-mailer said Neely didn’t even attempt a campaign pitch.
“There was no discussion of any accomplishments or goals. She simply said she was planning ahead for 2010 and my early support would make a tremendous difference.”
Of course, how much time could the Bon Bon be expected to waste on accomplishments and goals when she’s busy campaigning for an election more than two years away?
Filed under: Humboldt County Tagged: | 2010: A Space-case Odyssey, campaigning: way easier than governing, is the Blue lake Casino out of cash?, please please please call us, return to the public trough, this would be like her 20th term, who the fuck else is there?