This is the PoliticalRobocalls.com award-winning audio recording by Zach Galifiankis for the Billy Kennedy for Congress campaign in 2010. His use of irreverent humor makes this automated call unique. It was recognized with a "Pollie" from the American Association of Political Consultants and "Reed Award" from Campaigns and Elections Magazine as the best automated call for a congressional candidate.:
Ambassador Joe Wilson interviewed by Moses Ross on April 28, 2008. The interview took place in the offices of the Hillary Clinton for President in downtown Portland, Oregon.
This is the second part of an interview with Oregon Secretary of State Bill Bradbury. He discusses his vision for Oregon and how the passage of Measure 49 in November is vital. He also discusses his work as a spokesperson for former Vice President Al Gore's Climate Project.
Oregon Secretary of State Bill Bradbury reflects on his 2002 Senate bid against Republican Gordon Smith and what lays ahead in 2008. He also discusses the successful Oregon's Vote by Mail system, and its role in nationwide efforts for election integrity and increased voter participation. First of two parts.
Moses Ross interviews Marc Siegel, the Democratic Party of Oregon Communications Director. They discuss the 2006 election successes in securing a Democratic majority in the Oregon Legislature, the ongoing Oregon 36 county strategy to educate, engage and train local activists and the upcoming 2008 elections and the campaign to replace Republican Senator Gordon Smith.
Greetings from the great Pacific Northwest and from beautiful Portland, Oregon. My name is Moses Ross. This is the first of a series of podcasts interviewing influential Democratic Party politicians and candidates.
This podcast is sponsored by BlueOregon.com, which I invite you to go visit to get your fix of progressive topics and discussions on issues affecting Oregonians.
Our first podcast interview is with 2008 Democratic Presidential Candidate Senator Mike Gravel. Senator Mike Gravel is a former Senator from the great state of Alaska, from 1969 to 1981 and is considered by some to be a darkhorse candidate for the 2008 Democratic nomination. As such, this has freed him up to be able to speak openly about his opinions on the Iraqi Conflict, the American Health care system, Taxation and Gay Civil Rights, just to name a few of the topics to which he has stated his opinions.