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Monday, May 20, 2013 - Last Blog on Earth | News

Carl DeMaio's got (new) issues

Website switches to national focus, lists string of upcoming fundraisers

By Kelly Davis
carldemaioroadmaptorecovery Carl DeMaio and his Roadmap to Recovery
- Illustration by Adam Vierya
When Carl DeMaio lost the mayor's race in November, folks speculated that he'd challenge Scott Peters for the 52nd congressional seat. After DeMaio's February op-ed in the Wall Street Journal urging Congress to get involved in pension reform and a May 1 Roll Call article about a GOP-commissioned poll that put DeMaio ahead of Peters, it was no longer a question of if he'd run, but when he'd announce.

Step One: Make-over the ol' website. The "Issues" pull-down on carldemaio.com now includes matters more appropriate for a Congressional candidate. Via archive.org, here's what carldemaio.com/issues looked like on March 10 (the last time the site was crawled):


Now, the page has been stripped of content, but the menu's been updated:

Oh, and the website's list of upcoming events includes a campaign kick-off on June 26—and fundraisers scheduled through August. So, there ya go. Whether the Roadmap to Recovery goes national remains to be seen.


 
 
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