4th Annual Progressive Media Summit - Photos from Thom's IPhone

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LeMoyne (not verified) 12 years 47 weeks ago
#1

Tell me please Thom, was Udall there too?
- Green in NM

mathboy (not verified) 12 years 47 weeks ago
#2

LeMoyne,

I'm sure you mean Tom Udall, since you're in NM, but you have to be more specific--his cousin Mark is one of our senators here in CO now.

John Pricetown Pa. (not verified) 12 years 46 weeks ago
#4

I love Bernie Saunder but you should get Senator Brown from Ohio among others also .Thanks Thom

John Pricetown Pa. (not verified) 12 years 46 weeks ago
#5

Thursdays Brunch with Brown ?

John Pricetown Pa. (not verified) 12 years 46 weeks ago
#6

I can't get enough INFO

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