Conference Call with LG
Vince asked about Tom Davis' saying that you need to nominate candidates who are a good fit for their districts. He then asked LG Bolling if he agreed. Bolling's response was that he somewhat agreed that you need people who understand the needs and issues of the district in which they run, but they shouldn't compromise their principles to run. He also said that we need to run politics like a business, where we offer products people want. He said politics is no different from selling washing machines, you have to sell what people want.
That is a great example of his business background and one of the reasons that I like Bill Bolling.
Overall I thought the conference call was good, but as expected, it didn't really give any info that we didn't already know.
Bolling also made it very clear he intends to run for governor, just not when he will do it.