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June 16, 2008 08:13 PM UTC

Press Release of the Week

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  • by: Colorado Pols

We got this beauty below from the campaign of Democrat Hank Eng on Saturday. We were about to wonder why you would send a press release on a Saturday, but after reading the first line, perhaps it’s best that more people didn’t see it:

Hank Eng, the Democratic candidate for US. Congressional District 6, has named Allison Sharpe as his Campaign Manager to Hank Eng.

Uh, what? Is that first person, third person AND second person? Is there such a thing as fourth person? Or are there TWO people named Hank Eng who are involved here?

Full press release follows.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Hank Eng for Congress

Allison Sharpe – Campaign Manager

303-803-5198

allison@hankeng.com

www.hankeng.com/

Allison Sharpe is named Campaign Manager to Democratic Congressional Nominee Hank Eng

Englewood, Colorado — June 14, 2008.

Hank Eng, the Democratic candidate for US. Congressional District 6, has named Allison Sharpe as his Campaign Manager to Hank Eng.

Sharpe states, “The Republicans have been very neglectful of this district over the last twenty-five years. The potential for economic growth here is tremendous.  With Eng’s knowledge as an aerospace engineer and international experience we will show what can be achieved when there is a dedicated Congressman on the side of each and every voter.”

Sharpe is a recent graduate of Colorado’s own Metropolitan State College, with degrees in Journalism and Political Science.  She is an experienced campaign manager, most recently working for Mike Collins who withdrew from the CD-6 congressional race due to health issues.

The 6th Congressional District is poised to be represented for the first time by a Democrat. Recent increases in newly-registered Democrats and large numbers of Independent voters point toward Colorado’s CD-6 as the next great victory for the Democratic Party.

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19 thoughts on “Press Release of the Week

  1. The 6th Congressional District is poised to be represented for the first time by a Democrat. …the next great victory for the Democratic Party.

  2. from the department of redundancy department:

    “Hank Eng, the Democratic candidate for US. Congressional District 6, has named Allison Sharpe as his Campaign Manager to Hank Eng.”

    BAD.  

    1. … to call for removing the sign on Highway 9 that points to “Mount Quandary Peak.”

      But hey, let’s see how redundant we can possibly make that press release:

      “According to the Hank Eng campaign, Hank Eng, the Democratic candidate for US. Congressional District 6, has announced that Hank Eng has named Allison Sharpe as his Campaign Manager to Hank Eng.”

      Said Hank Eng.

    1. “Press Release of the Week,” “At Least He’s Not Your Legislator”…but we’ll try to make sure we don’t discuss anything that isn’t hard-hitting from now on.

    2. After all, we’re poised to accomplish the “next great victory for the Democratic Party”!

      (Obama’s presidency rating an obviously distant second place.)

  3. Who can forget Jared Polis’s press release saying he had not taken money from lobbyists.  That  release was sent seven days after another release bragging about the support he was receiving from guess who? Lobbyists.

    Or, the Polis press release claiming he had always opposed vouchers. Jared previously bragged about working with extremists such as Dave Schultheis on what issue? Vouchers.

    1. that fits in right here Who to Believe – way to dovetail onto the real nexus of this thread.

      Anyway, while we are on the same subject, can you really call the Marshall Tucker band southern rock ?  I mean they hail from Spartanburg, SC – they’re not even from Florida or Georgia, plus they sound pretty country to me.

      Discuss.

      1. I should have commented on the terrible grammer used in many of the Polis press releases.  Polis’ fellow Princeton Alums will accept the lies but not his terrible use of the English language.  

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