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Election Results — Some Surprises

November 4th, 2009 · No Comments · News, Politics

So, after the election I was checking out the Montgomery County Election Results site and noticed some interesting things about our most recent election day: Turnout was lackluster.  Only about 125,000 voters out of a total of 576,000.  So, about 25% turnout.  Not sure what the national average is but this seems low.  Maybe because […]

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Politics as Usual? We shall see…

November 2nd, 2009 · No Comments · News, Politics

I have to admit, I’m not much of a political expert.  In fact, I generally have one stance when it comes to politics, I vote out the incumbent.  Why?  Someone who is new to the office is motivated.  But, this year the Conshohocken elections seem particularly exciting so I wanted to post some links to […]

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Busy, Busy Busy — Friday Conshy News

June 6th, 2009 · No Comments · News, Politics

Sorry for the long space between Conshy posts.  My day job has me working my butt off.  This on top of my 3 month old is making the more enjoyable aspects of life, like posting to this site, a bit more difficult. There are couple of things that deserve separate posts and more in depth […]

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A Public Thank You

September 9th, 2008 · No Comments · General, Photos & Videos, Politics

Kim (my now wife) and I didn’t have a good solution for pre-wedding pictures.  We knew both the ceremony and reception was to be held at 333 Belrose in Radnor.  We also knew we would be getting dressed in our home in Conshohocken.  A suitable place for pictures with the family and such was a […]

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Hillary Clinton and Conshohocken…

April 24th, 2008 · 1 Comment · Politics

Seems Ms. Hillary was in town on election day. She had lunch (a cheesesteak, gotta keep the locals happy!) at Bocella’s on Fayette. I have read a few articles on the event around the country. This one at USAToday is pretty funny. They called Conshy a “blue collar town” in Philadelphia suburbs. I would love […]

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