Bob Bird to make final campaign stop in Anchorage, Alaska

From the Bob Bird for Senate campaign:

Alaskan Independence Party U.S. Senate candidate Bob Bird will be making his
final Anchorage appearance this Sunday afternoon at 4:00 PM at Denny’s
Restaurant on DeBarr. This is the weekly “Campaign for Liberty” meet-up group.

Bird, who was endorsed by Ron Paul last week, is rising in the polls, and
threatens to surprise analysts once again, as he did in 1990 when he took 30%
against Stevens in the Republican primary.

6 thoughts on “Bob Bird to make final campaign stop in Anchorage, Alaska

  1. LaineRBT

    He actually has had some T.V adds out this past week and I thought he did well to appeal to conservative voters in Alaska.

  2. Trent Hill

    He had TV Ads on a number of stations, radio ads on 6 stations (On the Kenai Peninsula and in Anchorage), and bought quarter-page ads in the Fairbank News-Miner, The Anchorage Daily News, and the Juneau Empire.

    It’ll be interesting to see who runs for US Senate in Alaska 6 years from now, when Begich is up for re-election. I bet Republican Ron Pauler-Dave Cuddy runs again.

  3. LaineRBT

    I anticipate a strong third party candidate from the left; we are starting to lay the ground work for a 2010 House run or 2014 for Senate. She has a much higher profile in Alaska than Bird and could do quite well.

  4. Nexus

    “I anticipate a strong third party candidate from the left; we are starting to lay the ground work for a 2010 House run or 2014 for Senate. She has a much higher profile in Alaska than Bird and could do quite well.”

    She who?

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