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The DiSano & Munem report

Two guys named Joe The DiSano and Munem report May 26, 2010

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Two guys named Joe – The DiSano and Munem report – May 26th, 2010

Political consultants Joe DiSano and Joe Munem discuss the impact of attack ads on GOP gubernatorial candidate Pete Hoekstra; who benefits the most from Hoekstra’s erosion in support? Democrats Dillon and Bernero are having fundraising difficulty, how much is due to aborted Cherry campaign for governor? Will State Rep. Marc Corriveau’s decision to pull out of race cost Democrats control of the state senate? Republican 11th district chairman and state senate candidate Abe Munfakh pushes through endorsement of self, causing mini revolt. Do endorsements have any impact on voters? Political consultant Chetly Zarko comes on the show to discuss the ballot question campaign of the phantom Tea Party.
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  1. The Democrats “are hoping to chip away a few votes on the edges.” How? Chet Zarko is a waste of bandwidth, and his ego is as large as his waistline. Even if this were true, the claim of teabaggers is that their movement is nonpartisan. There is no way this will put a single candidate on the ballot.

    His attack on the Howell teacher’s will fail, too. He wasn’t doing it to find dirt? He is a liar. I was at the Court of Appeals where he lost, and it was very clear the issue belongs in the Legislature.

    Kevin Shopshire

    May 28, 2010 at 6:36 pm


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