March 29, 2010

Bristol's state convention delegates

With both the Republican and Democratic state conventions in May shaping up as the sort of drag-down, fist-pumping thrillers that everybody in politics loves, it matters more than usual who the delegates are.
The Democrats in Bristol picked their slate last week. The Republicans are doing it tonight, I think.
Here are the Democratic delegates from Bristol:
Arthur Ward
David Testa
Elliot Nelson
Thomas Ragaini
Kevin Fuller
Dean Kilbourne
Joella Bouchard Mudry
Shirley Salvatore
Mayra Sampson
Gardner Wright
James Brown
Patricia Duffy
William Wolfe
Jody Trestman
Christopher Roberge
Richard Harlow
Anthony Dell'Aera
Gloria Marino
Amy Breakstone
Craig Minor
Kate Matthews
Julie Luczkow
Edmund Luczkow
Terry Parker
Joseph Mudry  
Robert Badal
Laura Bartock
Wyland Dale Clift
Ellen Zoppo Sassu
Paul Marino
Mary Rydingsward    
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21 comments:

Anonymous said...

Interesting list, Steve.

Any of these fine Bristol delegates African American or Latino American? If not, one must ask why that might be and whether it is a fair representation of Bristol?

Anonymous said...

Gloria Marino is a waste of space. Wasnt she a republican at one time ?

Anonymous said...

March 29, 2010 1:18 PM:

Yes she was on the Bristol GOP Town Committee along with her husband Paul from 1998 to 1999.

Anonymous said...

where are the republican delegates?

Anonymous said...

Many of the candidates are on Facebook, and they often log on to thank some town committees for endorsing them. How come they never mention Bristol?

Anonymous said...

When Gloria went from Republican to Democrat, both parties improved.

Anonymous said...

A bunch of worthless public labor lackeys. What else is new in the Dumb-o-crap Party?

Anonymous said...

Are Italians white or hispanic?

Anonymous said...

@ March 31, 2010 12:27 PM

Are you an idiot or a moron? dumbass

couldn't, can't and won't said...

9:10 - versus republican'ts, like in "win elections" or "gain the trust of the (re)public."

Anonymous said...

Italians may be called latins or hispanics. They are part of the latin people (even though they may not want to admit it)they may want to be called white.

Anonymous said...

12:27 pm

Italians are Latins.

Anonymous said...

Who are the Republican delegates?

Anonymous said...

Ward just wants to get his name on the delegates - Ward is a joke to the city of Bristol.

Anonymous said...

11:46 did you ask the Republicans if they had any ? I doubt it!

Anonymous said...

A bunch of worthless public labor lackeys. What else is new in the Dumb-o-crap Party?
I guess the real question is when are you republicant's typical hacks going to ever come up with anything new?

Anonymous said...

to 12:29 Maybe because there are too many assholes like you on line!

Anonymous said...

The parties may want to invite people (hispanic, italian, asian, black, etc. etc.) that have something to offer...smart people that have common sense. Repeat.."THAT HAVE COMMON SENSE" This is very important! Because smart people have no time for non-nonsense. To make a change you need the whole community to participate. We need to support the people that are doing the best for our community...If I do not see anything good in their records. Come on...there is nothing to see! Anyone can do the talk but a very few can do the walk!

Anonymous said...

9:49

And johnson or Alford would have been better?

Gimme a break!

Anonymous said...

The Town Committee members are the LEADERS of the party!

Anonymous said...

April 1, 2010 8:22 PM:

Sorry, Italians are not hispanic. Hispanics are people of Spanish or Portuguese descent from Latin America.

PS you are a moron.