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Canvassing today

North side of Pittsburgh. Honk if you see me. Forgot my water bottle. Dying of thirst.

I have a widely spread out canvass area. It has seen better days. But this neighborhood is in a great location. So it’s only a matter of time before the hipsters move in.

The wilderness seems to be reclaiming its own like the aftermath of a zombie apocalypse. No Trump signs here so  guessing the zombies have moved on. 😉

Hold the fort and don’t have any wild parties without me.

10 Responses

  1. I think my canvassing days are over, but I honor and respect you for doing it.

    • You make it sound like I’m going to Afghanistan.
      Lol!

      • I was going to write “thank you for your service” but thought that was a little to on the nose.

        • Exactly!!!
          I had a great day. I hit almost every house in my territory. There were some I couldn’t visit because they were inaccessible. By territory was big but not very dense. So I spent a lot of time walking up and down hills. The weather was perfect. The lilacs smelled delicious. Most people were not at home but I talked with about 20% of the names on my lists. They were overwhelmingly for Hillary. And so’s his wife!
          So, I think it’s going to be a good primary for Hillary.
          Then some friends and I went to dinner at a Brazilian restaurant. New experience for me and it was fantastic. Can’t wait to take my sister.

        • Oh, Jeez, I meant too on the nose.
          I hate it when I make mistakes like that.

  2. Cheers! I will be out there phone banking and canvassing for Hil as well, soon.

  3. Nice work! Feels good to support a wonderful, qualified candidate.

    • Well, the fact that’s she’s overqualified compared to everyone else makes it a no-brainer. 😜

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