AMERICAblog supports Jim Neal for Senate in North Carolina

You have to meet Jim Neal. He is running for Senate in North Carolina and he did a video to introduce himself to AMERICAblog’s readers:


Jim is a proud Democrat running for Senate. And, clearly, he is right on the issues. He’ll run circles around Liddy Dole. We set up an ActBlue page to make it very easy to contribute to Jim’s campaign.

The primary is May 6th (yes, the same day as the all-important Democratic primary in NC, so turnout will be huge.) Jim is not the “establishment” candidate for the primary. However, the polls we’ve seen show a close primary race at this point. PPP’s latest survey shows the primary race is wide open — and money will matter.

For additional background, check out Pam Spaulding’s interview with Jim shortly after he announced his candidacy. Also, Jim participated in a Blue America session at FireDogLake. And, BlueNC has a lot on the race. From all the reports, we’re convinced Jim is putting together a great campaign in North Carolina. It’s very cool to have such a strong, credible candidate in NC who is also gay. Let’s help Jim win and take over the seat from Liddy Dole and end the legacy of Jesse Helms.

On October 27, 2010, Joe was one of five bloggers who interviewed President Obama. Joe is a DC-based political consultant with over twenty-five years of experience at both the state and federal level. Joe has managed political operations and legislative efforts for both candidates and issues-based organizations. For seven years, he was the Director of State Legislation at Handgun Control, Inc. He served as that organization's first Political Director during the 2000 cycle. Joe is a graduate of the University of Maine School of Law. In addition, he has a Masters in Public Administration from Lehigh University and received his B.A. from the University of New Hampshire. Joe also has a fun dog, Petey, a worthy successor to Boomer, who got Joe through eight years of Bush and Cheney. Joe likes to think he is a world class athlete having finished the 2005 Chicago Marathon in the time of 4:10. He has completed six other marathons as well -- and is still determined to break the four hour mark.

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