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4 thoughts on “At Home with Lary Coppola

  1. Carpetbagging has a long and honorable history in this County. Lary would not be getting this attention if he had not given Josh Brown such grief over it. Personally, I don’t care so long as the candidate lives in the district once elected, which I assume Lary intends to do. I just hope he has more in his fridge than beer and old pizza.

    Now that the cover is blown, the stakeout may excalate. So Lary, watch out for that bag of flaming dog poo!

  2. The Auditor’s information regarding residency for candidacy in Port Orchard is incorrect.

    A city formed under state RCW 35.23, as Port Orchard is classified, only requires that a candidate be a registered voter and a resident at time of filing (RCW 35.23.031). In 2009, the next city election cycle, this will be clarified in the Election Guidelines because the City asked for this correction.

    The other cities in Kitsap County do have a year’s residency requirement and somehow this information was carried into the City of Port Orchard’s column as well.

    With the earlier primary, the bigger issue is whether anyone will be in town during the traditional Northwest vacation month of August to cast their primary election ballots!

  3. I asked night editor Jim Thomsen about covering this, given that it was Norm Dicks, and Jim said that, given our policy of not running stories on endorsements, this would start us on a “slippery slope.”

    Wow Chris , this appears to be just news ? The Sun constantly reminded readers of all the Mayors and council people in Kitsap county that were against NASCAR .

  4. Mick,

    It all reminds me of an election here in Kitsap some years ago, Catch 22, One Flew Over the Cukoo’s Nest, et cetera.

    The day after a Bremerton Eggs and Issues debate, Sun deciders published three articles favorable to the incumbent. And treatment for the challenger?

    Well, in total, Sun deciders gave the challenger two or three lines of type in one article.

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