Justin B. Fung

Tag: election

Go Vote Tomorrow!

Please. Thanks. You can find your polling location here, thanks to Google. You get one of these … sort of a badge of honor (yes, it’s a low bar): P.S. Why is it that the US is one of the few ‘advanced democracies’ that doesn’t make Election Day a national holiday?

The Line: What Matters

Last night, I was privileged to be at the premiere of The Line, a documentary film by Emmy Award-winning producer Linda Midgett and Sojourners, in partnership with World Vision, Bread for the World, Oxfam America, and the Christian Community Development Association. The ‘line’ of the title is the poverty line, which currently stands at about $23,000 […]

Obama’s 2012 Re-Election Strategy

Barack Obama on a potential campaign strategy: We may just run clips of the Republican debates verbatim. We won’t even comment on them, we’ll just run those in a loop … and people can make up their own minds. Found here. (HT Mandy)

Shooting, Seahawks, and Sudan

Happy New Year to you all! This year’s started pretty busy for me, but I’m gonna say at the outset that I intend to write a little more this year. (Note the use of words that set the bar incredibly low: “intend” and “a little”. ☺) Anyway, this weekend was a very eventful one, full […]

Update from the campaign (10/3)

From the campaign trail this week … Canvassing: Over the last few days, we’ve spent time canvassing around the Wheaton, Elk Grove Village, Glen Ellyn, and Lombard neighborhoods. We’ve handed out flyers, lawn signs, talked to folks, and it’s been real encouraging. We’ve gotten a great reception from people–Republicans, Democrats, independents–especially when we mention that […]

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