Portsmouth Republicans struggle with proofreading
|Shool time. Click to embiggen.|
Another Portsmouth Republican direct mail piece dropped today, and it's clear that this team has problems with basic proofreading skills.
Take a look at the graphic above Tom Vadney. Yeah, they misspelled "School" in advertising their candidates for school committee. It's quite unfortunate, and it's certainly not Tom's fault — he's much smarter than that. I've served with him on the technology committee, and I intend to vote for him next week, and suggest that supporters of the shools will want to do the same.
The other major blunder is just weird. Take a look at how they caption Dan Reilly's race, compared to Chris Ottiano.
I don't know what the heck "State Congress" is, but I heartily support the idea of voting for Dan Reilly in District 12. Wherever that might be. Please, by all means, write his name in. (Voters in the actual State Representative District 72, on the other hand, should consider the incumbent Democrat Linda Finn.)
|The "h" is silent.|
Add these together with the howler from earlier this week — where they misspelled the name of their former Town Council President on their own web site, and you get a pretty poor impression of the ability of local Republicans to manage a spell checker, let alone a Town budget.
Full disclosure: I am a partisan hack. But I know how to spell.