Saturday, April 19, 2008
Time for the US Senate to Stepp Things Up!
Next month will be the first time in which I am legally able to vote in a Democratic Primary for the United States Senate. This election year, we in Kentucky have been exposed to a truly diverse array of candidates. While much of the blogosphere focuses on who has the most money and name recognition, yours truly focuses on the issues.
I'm formally endorsing eastern Kentucky's own Kenneth Stepp.
Mr. Stepp is, in my opinion, the hardest working man in the Senate race this year. He's driven countless miles, shook a multitude of hands, and made it to as many events as his schedule and limited campaign finances will allow. He's not the most known candidate running for Senate, but he should be.
Stepp's website is personally run and updated by himself, usually multiple times a week. He's a constant force on blogs and is always available to answer each and every question I've ever asked of him.
However, the main reason I'm endorsing and voting for Kenneth Stepp is because of his unwavering opposition to the disastrous war in Iraq. After staying out of politics for several years, he made a comeback because he saw what so many of us see today: the war in Iraq should have never been waged and should be ended now. He is the war's most vocal opponent here in the Democratic Party of Kentucky.
Stepp is also vehemently opposed to torture and warrantless wiretaps.
This Primary Election, do the right thing. Instead of taking a step back, Stepp forward with Kenneth!
Posted by Tyler B. Yandall at 8:05 PM 1 comments