Tuesday, June 05, 2012

Democratic Primary Congressional Candidates - Jessica Ehrlich and Nina Hayden


Congressman Bill Young draws challengers Nina Hayden and Jessica Ehrlich for newly drawn Congressional District 13

Is veteran Congressional Powerhouse Bill Young at risk of losing the seat he has "owned" for over 40 years?   Nina Hayden served as an assistant Pasco-Pinellas public defender before winning a seat in 2008 as a Pinellas County School Board member.  After deciding not to run for reelection, Nina waged a losing battle for state Senate against seasoned politician Jack Latvala in 2010.  Nina is an attorney working at Stetson Law School and has an admittedly strong grassroots campaign.  Jessica Ehrlich, also an attorney, raised more than $100,000 in the first month of her campaign.  Jessica is a St. Petersburg native with extensive experience in Washington, having served on the staffs of both Rep. Stephen Lynch (D, MA) and Rep. Clay Shaw (R, FL).  Which candidate has the strongest war-chest and toughest grassroots campaign to be victorious and ultimately face Bill Young who hasn't lost a campaign in over 40 years?  Do these candidates pose a credible risk to Young or are they lambs to the slaughter?  Join us in the den to meet these two congressional candidates and ask about how they would change Washington.

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