Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Vote DiFrank; She Says She's Not a Crank

Posted By on Wed, Oct 6, 2010 at 11:32 AM

Clerk of Superior Court challenger Margaret DiFrank is no stranger to campaign advertising set to a good folk tune. In 2006, she got some press for a Dylan-esque robo-call:

Don’t leave it blank
You gotta vote DiFrank.
She gets the job done.
Vote DiFrank, clerk of court.
She’s a public servant, not a politician.
She knows the system and she has a vision.
Vote DiFrank clerk of court.
Don’t leave it blank.
You gotta vote DiFrank
Clerk of court.

Yesterday, she sent out a video ad reprising that same song, just in case, you know, you missed that call in 2006.

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