Friday, January 4, 2008

Stumped

The Washington Post's Stumped election advice column headlines a question I sent in. Though it's actually hypothetical for me, I'm sure it's true for someone, and it's fun to have a question answered by a blogger I admire. Here's part of Stumped's response:
Dear E&O,

The office of California's Secretary of State was initially stumped when I called to make sure there would be no legal hurdles for a New Hampshire transplant who moves in that "magical window" (as the press officer put it) and wants to partake in a second primary. But the office got back to me to say, somewhat grudgingly, come on over.
Read my question and the rest of the response here.

4 comments:

Turtle said...

Good job, Chops!

Anonymous said...

Too bad you just bought a house...

ali baba

Dave said...

Salim, I'm happy your insane idea garnered support with the a mainstream blogger. On another note, I'm now able to read your blog while at work using a little known feature of google. I simply type in "cache:globalreview.blogspot.com" and I get your page, a few days old, but I get it anyway. Since my job filters out blogspot.com I think this is awesome and totally anti-establishment, or something.

Stickin' it to the man,
-Dave

Chops said...

Awesome, Dave!