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Who do you support for State House in Pennsylvania (District 74) in 2010?

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Capt Janx

Clearfield, PA

#1 Oct 11, 2010
I'm sure the vote in here will differ greatly than on Nov. 2nd.
Old Man

Clearfield, PA

#2 Oct 11, 2010
This will be the first time I have not voted for Bud. The tolling of I-80 was the first of several mistakes he has made. Bud, it's time to retire.

“"You Don't Know Me"”

Since: Oct 10

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#3 Oct 12, 2010
Well, there is no way in hell I'll vote for Glenn Johnston but I am considering abstaining my vote for Bud.

I think his age and health should be his higher priority at this phase in his life. I feel justified to help assist his letting go onto a time of relaxation, even if we have to attempt to force it to happen.

I'd just wish to thank him for all his years of service and hopefully grab a slice of dignity he can only obtain by walking away from the media and public who only concentrate on his mistakes.
Brunos Pride

Owingsville, KY

#4 Oct 12, 2010
I'm voting for Glenn Johnston!
Brunos Pride

Owingsville, KY

#5 Oct 12, 2010
Because Glenn Johnston is going to stand up for the gays.

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#6 Oct 13, 2010
Time for somebody new.

Since: Feb 10

Flinton, PA

#7 Oct 14, 2010
Glenn Johnston

Clearfield, PA

#8 Oct 14, 2010
oh sweet jesus get that glorified document runner out of office!!!!!!

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#9 Oct 14, 2010
Time for a change...Bud needs to move on. We need new representation in the house.

Punxsutawney, PA

#10 Oct 15, 2010
I just hope people aren't voting for Glenn Johnston just because they want Bud to retire. Give me a decent candidate...not Johnston! I think I would rather stick to a dem that I don't agree with than vote for Johnston.

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#11 Oct 18, 2010
No, I am not voting just because Bud needs to retire...he should have done that years ago. NO State Rep. should be in office that long! Johnston is for term limits.
Bud also sides with Rendell in the tolling of 80...do you all support that? I drive 2 exits of 80 10 times a week for work. And hell no I don't want to start paying a toll to save mass transit in some metropolis like Philly, Pittsburgh or Harrisburg.
Yes, maybe you may see some good that Camille has done but that was few, far in between and for the last 20 or so years he has been most interested in his and Rendells special interests no matter who gets screwed.
I feel there is a big need this election to get as many as these career politicians out of office as possible. They have all lost touch and forget WHO they work for.
Sooo Bye Bye Bud! Glenn is getting my wifes, 2 of my children and my vote this election.
Budless PA

Frenchville, PA

#12 Oct 18, 2010
Time to get rid of career politicians

Morann, PA

#13 Oct 19, 2010
works for the people not himself

Beaver Springs, PA

#14 Oct 19, 2010
need a new leader

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#15 Oct 20, 2010
Bud...Works for the people? I don't think so.
Bud is in every situation that will work to his political advantage. Hell I even thinks he has a collection of those "Big cardboard checks" on hand just in case there's a photo op.
Bud is always handy to jump in and take the credit for someone else's hard work. I know this on good authority. Any body know what that feels like?
Did the sun come up this morning? well Bud will take credit for that too!
So NO, I as many others feel that he lost touch with the people a long time ago.
People are fed up with politics as usual, that is why my family is voting him out!


#16 Oct 21, 2010

If you are sick of what's going on in Washington and Harrisburg, please remember this:
For 36 years, Camille "Bud" George has supported everything that is WRONG with our government!

In a recent live radio debate with his opponent, Glenn Johnston, Camille Bud George came out in favor of the Obama Healthcare Take-Over. Bud says welfare in Pennsylvania is "too broken" to fix, so we shouldn't worry about free-loaders who "only steal a little from the system".

Camille “Bud” George is PROUD of the fact that he voted himself a huge pay raise a few years ago during a late-night session behind closed doors. It doesn’t matter that unemployment has skyrocketed in Clearfield County since he took office. All that matters is that he gets HIS pay raise.

Governor Ed Rendell said that bringing gambling to Pennsylvania would lower our property taxes. Have your property taxes gone down at all? Remember, Camille "Bud" George voted "YES" to bring gambling to Pennsylvania. He agreed with Governor Rendell.

Bud supports tolling Interstate 80, even though the federal government said it can't be done. Bud wanted to take all that I-80 toll money and give it to Harrisburg, Pittsburgh, and Philly. He didn't care that it would hurt workers in his own district.

Camille Bud George also wants to send all of the Marcellus Shale tax money to Harrisburg. All of his "special interest" supporters at the state capitol would get this revenue, not Clearfield County. But, that's OK with Bud. He doesn't care about us, as long as he gets what's good for him.

In July 2005, Camille “Bud” George was accused of assaulting John Gallagher of Houtzdale. The case was settled out of court when Bud apparently admitted his guilt by paying Mr. Gallagher an undisclosed amount that is rumored to be in the 6-figure range.

Do you remember what happened when a Philadelphia newspaper exposed that Bud neglected to report receiving $1,380 worth of Penn State football tickets to the state Ethics Commission? Bud showed real class by telling the reporter, "If they want to put me in jail for this, then go ahead. I am tired of this ******* place anyway."

Triad Strategies LLC, a Harrisburg-based public affairs firm, held a reception for Camille “Bud” George at McGrath's Pub in Harrisburg on June 21. I understand the admission was $500 dollars per person. Bud, tell our constituents how much of that admission price will go toward helping the unemployed in Clearfield County? Will you donate any proceeds from your reception to food banks in Clearfield County?

If you vote for Camille "Bud" George, you are voting to keep corruption alive and well in Clearfield County and in Harrisburg.

Isn't it about time we stop busting our tails, working to give money to Bud so he can WASTE it? Let's send someone to the state capitol who will WORK FOR US?

Bud acts like he's our boss. Let's remind him that we are his employer, and his employer is not happy with his job performance.

This year’s General Election is November 2. Let’s give Bud his wish. If he’s so tired of this place, let’s tell him where to go!
Bud e boy

Curwensville, PA

#17 Oct 22, 2010
People forget what he did to Philipsburg hospital. I like how he is bragging about having an honorary degree from Lock Haven U. Fact is he threatened to withhold funding if he didn't get one! Heard this directly from directors when they started the Clearfield campus.

Clearfield, PA

#18 Oct 22, 2010

Uniontown, PA

#19 Oct 23, 2010
Bud has over stayed his welcome! When are Clearfield people going to wake up? Bud has held us back, not helped us move forward.
Lap Dog

Altoona, PA

#20 Oct 26, 2010
Rendell called Bud a "lion in central PA" but he more like his Lap Dog.

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