Category Archives: election

Women and the Banning Bossy Campaign

This week (and it’s only Wednesday!) has been a study in contrasts.  On Monday, I attended Senator Chris Coons’ Opportunity Africa Summit, attending sessions on business opportunities in Africa for small and medium businesses, and a session on women and … Continue reading

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Running for Public Office

Friends recently asked me to run for the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, for the 160th District.  This was a total surprise to me, since my political involvement to date has been as a campaign volunteer, and of course, talking about … Continue reading

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Tales from the Road

On Election Day, I worked as a Poll Attorney.  Here in PA, we have a new Voter ID law that was repealed in part, but left many with misinformation and confusion about what needed to be done to properly identify … Continue reading

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It’s Just Easier to be Truthful

I’m reading Dan Ariely’s latest book, The Honest Truth about Dishonesty.  It talks about how we all are prone to fudge the truth, just a little bit, when given the opportunity.  Even in our most honest state, we can even … Continue reading

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The Disavowal Problem

I was checking ou the news on the election this morning, and there’s a “rush transcript” of the interview Sarah Palin did with Sean Hannity.  In it, they talk about whether or not Barak Obama should “disavow” ACORN and its … Continue reading

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