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Stabenow and Levin: the Michigan Senate delegation rocks 

Thursday, April 28, 2005 at 08:39PM
Posted by Registered CommenterPolitical Mammal in Politics

I went to a birthday celebration for Senator Debbie Stabenow from Michigan today after work. Both she and Senator Carl Levin spoke to a group on Maryland Avenue here in DC.  They were great--playing very well off of one another--funny, real people. Michigan is lucky. Four of my employees also showed up; we are all proud to work for both of their campaigns.  Both Senators have been database clients of my firm for years now, though I regret to say that neither has any idea of who I am personally. But I was very proud to shake their hands. 

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Reader Comments (2)

During the eight years I was employed in the Senate, I had opportunity to see up close many Democratic Senators working and interacting with their colleagues. From these observations, my own opinion of some of them grew, and others were diminished. Senator Levin stands out in my memory as among the smartest and most capable Senators I was fortunate enough to observe. You're very right, Michigan is lucky.
April 28, 2005 | Unregistered CommenterChris Casey
I think the Michigan delegation is great too. Glad you got to shake their hands. The year I worked as an LA in the House it was for Howard Wolpe, part of the Michigan delegation. He, by the way, had taught at MIT. Carl Levin was there then as well and had a part in the AAAS training for the fellows.
April 30, 2005 | Unregistered CommenterA

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