Friday, November 03, 2006

Enfield: Four Days to Go

Today I took a spin around town to take a look at what's happening, politically. Here are a few pictures of the scene in Enfield on Friday, November 3rd, 2006:

First up, the Lamont campaign bus stopped at the senior center today at around noon.

It looks like a nice bus, but I can't help comparing it to Joe Lieberman's "Tomorrow Tour" at the tail end of the primary.






Here's a van with a picture of the Kiss Float heads on the side.










Lawn signs.











A somewhat common sentiment around here, although this one is left over from 2004.










More lawn signs, in the 58th District.














Signs in the 59th... note the evidence of a governor's race. Very rare.




Hey, a Schlesinger sign!





















Republican HQ, which is very close to my house.






And that's what it looks like to be in the political center of the universe today.

4 comments:

disgruntled_republican said...

Simmons is Enfield today too...all day...visiting businesses, stoping by different functions. Battle ground America at it's finest!

Scott Kaupin - Enfield Town Councilman said...

Congressman Simmons just finished a "meet and greet" at Retail Brand Alliance / Brooks Brothers here in Enfield and now is on his way to Mead-Westvaco. He received a great response and is very upbeat heading in to the final days!

disgruntled_republican said...

(With a musical theme)

Scott...Scott Kaupin

Scott Kaupin said...

Yes, I do visit from time to time to read what others are thinking. I need to come up with some catchy identity name though.