Meek vs. Greene In a Nutshell

June 19, 2010

The difference between the Democrat in the Democratic primary race for Florida Senate and the other guy who is running in the Democratic primary can be summed up with these two short clips.

First, from The Buzz:

Jeff Greene’s first campaign stop in Tampa Bay yesterday. He met privately with assorted politicos, taped some TV interviews and stopped by the Jordan Park gym in St Pete, to visit an after-school program serving mostly African-American children. His chauffeur drove up in a shiny cadillac, and Greene cheerfully pressed the flesh with nearly two dozen people.

Jeff Greene with his Limo and his Driver

And from The Miami Herald:

Unlike most candidates, Meek usually carries his own bags and takes the wheel on campaign road trips, even while making fundraising calls or doing interviews. He drives a solid 80 mph on the highway, frequently in the left lane. “The one thing I like about going out on the road [to campaign] is that I get a chance to drive,” he said.

Kendrick Meek delivers petitions. Meek is the only statewide candidate to qualify for the ballot via petition in Florida history.

We’ve got a regular guy with working class credentials and values up against  The Millionaire Billionaire and his wife mom.

The Billionaire and his mom.

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One Response to Meek vs. Greene In a Nutshell

  1. Jake on June 20, 2010 at 10:36 pm

    You gotta give it to Greene. He wears every flaw as a candidate on his sleeve. Who drives into underprivileged areas of Tampa Bay and flouts their wealth?



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