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Thursday, May 27, 2010

Jim Holt heard from

Posted By on Thu, May 27, 2010 at 9:56 AM

A post-election message from Jim Holt follows. Might the vanquished GOP Senate candidate be weighing a write-in campaign for something or other (filing deadline Aug. 4)?


Greetings Everyone!
We finally have some news. If you've not already done so, finish taking down the signs in your area and close down the campaign.
As you know, Gunner DeLay decided against a recount last Thursday and endorsed Cecile Bledsoe on Friday. Even though we have until Thursday to ask for a recount in certain counties, we've decided against it. I'll be sending you an email later on today explaining why and updating you on our current situation.
We have one other 'lead' we need to follow up on, regarding another option, but I'll explain more on that later too.
I wish I could talk to all of you face-to-face and thank you personally for all your sacrifice and hard work. Hopefully, I'll get that chance... sooner rather than later.
Jim Holt

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