Matthew J. Cunningham

Matt Cunningham is a principal in Pacific Strategies, in Orange County.

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Former GOP Assembly Nominee Mounting Write-In Campaign Against Lynn Daucher in 34th SD

 

by Matthew J. Cunningham - Orange County (bio) (email)(print)

 
10-24-2006 10:50 am
I just broke this story on Red County/OC Blog.

Otto Bade, who was the GOP nominee in the 69th Assembly District in 2004, has qualified as a write-in candidate in the 34th Senate District. The Secretary of State should certify him in the next day or two.

Since Otto has a snowball's chance in hell of actually winning, the only impact he can possibly have is to hurt Lynn Daucher's campaign.

So why is he doing this? Is it purely retaliation against Lynn Daucher -- and by extension Dick Ackerman -- for their lack of support for his doomed 2004 campaign? Or are extra-party factors involved?

Stay tuned...
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