Left in the West is Down

by jhwgirl

This is becoming an election season regular occurrence..but da*n it, I’m lost without that morning cup’o Left.

On another note – What is UP with Gallatin County and the state house race? Still only 78% reporting.

Updated numbers below. Still ain’t calling nothing on the SOS numbers yet…

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  1. JC

    Matt, dude… you’ve got to pay your domain registration fees on time! ENOM is an extortionist registrar for those who lapse.

  2. Sadly, I paid to renew yesterday, but PayPal is being slow.

    Yargh. I’m an idiot.

  3. JC

    Hey, it happens to everybody. Unfortunately, it’s just that you registered leftinthewest.com two days after the 2004 election, so the domain registration is inextricably linked to general elections ;-)

    Somehow, I can’t but help to think that Bush’s reelection had something to do with the timing…




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