Sharen Neuhardt on the Campaign trail: over and over again

Tonight at 6 p.m. the League of Women Voters is having a candidates’ night at Stivers School of the Arts.

We may even see Mike Turner there for the first time, and maybe Edward Breed as well. Unfortunately, we can also look forward to seeing Sharen Neuhardt say the exact same thing over and over again. Yesterday, I put up a post about her complaint on gerrymandering and today, we share the rest of her political song and dance.

She had nothing to do with where she was born, or what her father did. And, the only other thing that has bought the farm is her campaign, which still doesn’t have anything but a press release on her website: www.neuhardtforcongress.com 5 days before the primary.

Watch it and weep- the death of political speech:

I thought Jane Mitakides said nothing on the campaign trail, but, wow, Sharen Neuhardt takes nothing to a new level.

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Diane

Oh, Stop! You’re killin’ me! Too funny!!! I swear if I ever meet this poor woman in person, I will NOT be able to keep a straight face. Unfortunately, I bet a lot of people will vote for her just because she’s “from Dayton.” If she were black and “from Dayton,” she’d be a shoe-in.

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