June 18, 2010

Third Democrat in the Second District Race

Carroll Andrew Morse

I just received a press release saying that Ernie Greco, currently a Professor of Political Science at Roger Williams University, will formally announce tomorrow his campaign for Rhode Island's Second District Congressional seat. He will run in the Democratic primary against incumbent James Langevin and former state Representative Elizabeth Dennigan...

The formal announcement will take place, Saturday, June 19, 2010 at noon at St. John's park which is at the corner of Atwells and Sutton st. on Federal Hill.
A quick perusal of the platform on the Greco for Congress campaign website shows that he probably won't be splitting the disaffected progressive vote with the Dennigan campaign.

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" he probably won't be splitting the disaffected progressive vote with the Dennigan campaign."

He certainly won't. Wouldn't it be fabo if he won the Dem primary?? That way, come November, whoever won, Repub or Dem, we'd be guaranteed a congressperson ready to carry out some great policy ideas.

Posted by: Monique at June 18, 2010 10:17 PM

Betsy from the left, Ernie from the right. Sounds like a nice Langevin sandwich to me!

Posted by: Will at June 19, 2010 12:32 AM

According to the consensus on Ratemyprofessor.com, Greco is "disheveled," "disorganized," "scatter-brained," "speaks incredibly fast," and "gives everybody a B."

Not sure whether that would make him a good or a bad Congressman.

Posted by: Dan at June 19, 2010 12:33 AM

What little Jimmy and Ernie fail to realize is that a pro-life democrat is just another useless idiot to the party leaders. Kill, baby, Kill.

Posted by: dave at June 19, 2010 7:49 AM
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