Saturday, February 9, 2008

Caucus at 1PM today...

Dear Friends, Today—Saturday, February 9—all eyes are on Washington as voters make their voices heard in the Democratic nomination race. With a neck-and-neck race between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, what happens in the Washington caucus could determine who ends up in the White House next year. Your vote WILL count. So please vote tomorrow. And bring your spouse, kids, parents, roommates, partner, neighbors, co-workers, or anyone else you can take along with you. Unlike typical primary voting, caucus voting requires being there at an exact time. Doors open at 1:00 p.m. and delegate selection begins shortly thereafter. Any Washington voter can participate. Where to vote: You can find out where to go by clicking here: And here's a guide with answers to some frequently asked questions about caucusing: Make your voice heard! Blessings, Robbi

Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Spew: Posts from February 2, 2008

Spew: Posts from February 2, 2008: "Firestone scores PONCHO SUZY STUMP: PONCHO IN THE FACE >>> She might be originally from red carpet row in Los Angeles, but now Tacoma resident Robbi Firestone has scored a major honor for her art work. She has been selected to be the featured artist for the 2008 PONCHO red carpet gala auction April 12 at The Westin Hotel in Seattle. More often than not the Seattle-based PONCHO — Patrons of Northwest Civic, Cultural and Charitable Organizations — selects a Seattle artist for this honor. Not this year. Tacoma represent. Posted on February 02, 2008 at 10:12 AM in Arts & Culture, Tacoma, Visual Arts | Permalink | Comments (0) | TrackBack (0) Digg This | Save to"