Just to show how pathetically desperate the Gallegos campaign has gotten, take a look at the contents of this e-mail that was forwarded to me, allegedly sent out over the Alliance for Ethical Business list- serve:
"Ace Hardware in Mckinllyville has Dikeman signs on their fence. I think it is inappropriate, if not downright foolish, for a business to openly step into a political race. Please call 839-1587, ask for the owner, and let them know that you may not wish to shop there anymore."
So what if a business decides to put a campaign sign on their property. Sure, it might be foolish for a business to openly get involved in a political campaign, but that's for them to decide. I'm trying to remember if I've seen any Gallegos signs on business property.
That e-mail alone gives me reason enough to vote for Dikeman.