Sunday, October 12, 2014

Glenn Grothman, Quiet Man

Congressional candidate Mark Harris says Glenn Grothman is 'trying to stay out of sight'.  (Capital Times, 10/12/2014)

The Quiet Man, all of a sudden.
Staying out of the spotlight is an unusual approach for Grothman, who's known for making bold, often polarizing statements. But in addition to declining debates, he's also been unusually unavailable to media. 

"Grothman has largely gone quiet, taking a low-key approach to campaigning and avoiding making any eyebrow-raising statements," wrote Amanda Terkel for the Huffington Post. 

In response to the new, quiet Grothman, Harris has launched a website called "The Real Glenn Grothman."

And all you'll find on his campaign website is tripe.


Related posts: 
Tom Petri returns the favor to Glenn Grothman.  (9/5/2014)
Wisconsin's 6th Congressional District primary: Less than 12% of voters paid attention.  (8/24/2014)
Hey guys and gals, Scott Walker is not 100% convinced that Glenn Grothman can win the 6th CD. (8/23/2014)
Career politician Glenn Grothman moves one step closer to Wisconsin's 6th Congressional District general election.  (8/22/2014)
To the tune of $692,000.   (8/14/2014)
Glenn Grothman:  A man without a mandate.  (8/14/2014)
Glenn Grothman to Tom Petri: Thank you for your 35 years of service.  (8/1/2014) 
Duey Stroebel can't be bothered with fundraising, looks to buy seat instead.  (8/1/2014)
Clearly, "common-sense bills" and "Grothman" should never be used in the same sentence. (7/9/2014)
Two career politicians pledge limited service in the U.S. House of Representatives.  (7/8/2014)
Glenn Grothman, Affirmative Action, and the demographics of Wisconsin's 6th Congressional District.  (4/28/2014)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

My guess: when you run for Congress you hire a professional campaign adviser. That adviser told him to shut up. "Keep your mouth shut and they'll vote for the guy with the R next to his name."