VIDEO: Harrington Looking to Topple Debbie Wasserman Schultz
I was able to take a few minutes to interview Karen Harrington, a candidate for a Florida House seat. Oh, she’s not running for just any House seat. She’s running to topple the odious Debbie Wasserman-Schultz — mouth of the Democrat National Committee.
Harrington ran against Wasserman Schultz in the 20th District in 2010 and lost pretty handily. But her 40 percent vote total was one of the strongest showings of a Republican in a long time in that heavily Democrat leaning district. According to her polling she is doing even better this time now that the Obama economy has hurt so many.
Harrington also has a large dose of support from the Jewish community due to the failure of the Obama administration’s policy on Israel.
I found Harrington to be engaging, serious, and well informed. Let’s hope she can topple one of the worst Representatives in Congress in 2012.
Or, if you’d rather, you can connect with the Harrington campaign by going to www.firedebbie.com
Warner Todd Huston
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