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Rosalind Helderman

U.S. Rep. Albert R. Wynn (D-Md.) announced Thursday that he has been endorsed for a ninth term by the National Education Association Fund for Children and Public Education, along with the Maryland State Teachers Association Fund for Children and Public Education.

The endorsement means the nation's largest teacher's group will recommend that its members vote for Wynn in the Democratic primary Feb. 12 and the general election in November.

"Congressman Wynn has shown political courage in raising major concerns about the reauthorization of the No Child Left Behind Law," said Clara Floyd, Maryland State Teachers Association president, in a statement. "If we want to make sure that every child has access to great public schools, then Congress must provide the flexibility and resources needed to make that happen."

Wynn faces a tough challenge for the Democratic nomination in Maryland's 4th congressional district, which includes most of Prince George's and part of Montgomery, from four Democrats. They include attorney Donna F. Edward, who came within three percentage points of defeating Wynn in 2006.

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Phony Candidates: How to Wynn an Election?

Remember how Republicans like Rick Santorum and Allen Raymond ran Green party candidates in elections to split the liberal vote and artificially engineer victory? Well conservative Democrat Al Wynn appears to be pursuing a similar strategy to hold onto his own seat for the upcoming primary.

[cross posted at Open Left]
lhfang :: Phony Candidates: How to Wynn an Election?

For a district where President Bush scored about 21% of the vote both in 2000 and 2004, Maryland's 4th Congressional district, covering much Prince George's County and Montgomery County, is home to one of the highest concentrations of liberals in the country. The member of Congress representing the 4th, Albert Wynn, however, is no liberal. Though he maintains high marks on some liberal voting record surveys, a close observation of his record reveals that on vital legislation, he sides consistently with Republicans and big business interests.

Wynn is a social conservative (he voted to have the 10 Commandments installed in Federal Court buildings and sided with Tom Delay on the infamous Terri Schiavo vote). He is against net-neutrality, he supported amendments weakening the Shay-Meehan bill to remove soft money from politics, he voted to go to war with Iraq, he voted to repeal the estate tax (a tax levied on mega-inheritance to largely fund social programs for the poor), and he supported the 2005 Bankruptcy Bill, a credit card company backed law making bankruptcy more difficult to claim. He is one of the most conservative members of the entire Congressional Black Caucus as well.

After barely escaping defeat by 3 percentage points in the 2006 Democratic primary, conservative Maryland Congressman Al Wynn is preparing for a rematch against progressive challenger Donna Edwards, an attorney and community activist from Fort Washington. Edwards is running on a platform of highlighting Wynn's special interest legislative streak, particularly his support for the Iraq war.

This time around however, it appears Wynn is shielding himself with the help of a few phantom candidates. Instead of defending his record, a mysterious set of candidates have either entered or threatened to enter the race to spoil the election by draining votes from Edwards.

One candidate in the race from Montgomery County is Jason Jennings, a political novice. His motivations for running seem vague and unclear. Among his candidacy declarations, he states, "we don't need more lawyers in Congress, we need leaders," a reference to Edwards and Wynn, both of whom are lawyers.

Jennings, who would presumably be opposed to the incumbent, is quick to attack Edwards, deriding her for accepting money from liberal organizations based outside of the district. Jennings explicitly mentions Barbara Streisand, who he notes lives not in Maryland but in New York. Asked to comment about Wynn's contributions, which are largely from corporate PACs, such as the Nuclear Energy Institute and Wal-Mart, Jennings demurred.

Jennings' comments eerily echoed Wynn's campaign manager Lori Sherwood, who said, "Our opponent has special interest. She's receiving money from Barbara Streisand, Hollywood money and New York money. I'm not sure if Barbara Streisand knows what the policies are in the 4th district." Why does Jennings sound exactly like Wynn's spokesperson?

Jennings's employer, Black and Veatch Corporation, a leading global engineering and construction firm, depends on legislation Wynn largely controls. Along with building energy infrastructure projects, Black and Veatch does work retrofitting power plants and other polluters for compliance air quality and other compliance standards. Wynn is the chair of the Energy and Commerce subcommittee on Environment and Hazardous Materials, presiding over bills dealing directly with Black and Veatch. Notably, Black and Veatch benefited directly from the 2003 (passed in 2005) Energy Bill that gave away billions in tax credit to energy companies - a bill Wynn crossed the aisle to help Republicans pass.

Asked for their take on a company employee running for Congress to unseat a committee chair who deals directly with their business, a Black and Veatch representative said he was unaware of Jenning's candidacy and that the company neither endorses nor discourages staff members to run for Congress.

In November, Maryland State Delegate Herman Taylor, a close Wynn ally (Wynn speaks at Taylor's annual picnic and Taylor regularly joins Wynn at events throughout the area), indicated that he may join the race to unseat Wynn. A Washington Post blog post noted Taylor was promised $300,000 by a shodowy group of Prince George's businessmen to join the race to defeat Wynn. Quickly, Maryland blogs picked up on the blatant spoiler effect Taylor would have the race (Taylor represents a progressive area of Montgomery County- a stronghold for Edwards) and his close ties with Wynn. A week later, on the filing deadline, Taylor reversed his decision to run.

This troubling development in Maryland's 4th Congressional district is not unique. In Illinois's 3rd Congressional district, progressive Mark Pera is challenging incumbent Democrat Dan Lipinski. Lipinski is a backer of the Iraq war and much of President Bush's domestic agenda. The district, which is very Democratic district (like Maryland's 4th) is on the outskirts of Chicago.
Roll Call has reported that Lipinski and his allies have brought in a group of 'phantom' candidates to also run in the race to split the Pera vote. One phantom candidate, Palos Hills Mayor Gerald Bennett, was at one time featured on the Lipinski campaign website granting his endorsement to the man he now says he would like to unseat.

It appears conservative Democrats who have consistently voted in line with big business and with President Bush's policies are legally rigging elections rather than defending their records. Don't let Lipinski and Wynn divide the progressive vote and sail into another victory. Public policy in 2009 and beyond will depend on who wins the Presidency in 2008, and which Democrats will be in charge in Congress. "Democrats" like Lipinski and Wynn don't deserve another term.

Posted by: lf | January 3, 2008 7:28 PM | Report abuse

I just don't get it. If I hear one more word about Donna Edwards or Albert Wynn I'm going to scream. Both of them are the same. Edwards is just as bad as Wynn, maybe worst. Atleast we know where Wynn stands. Donna is so plastic and complains all the time. Only thing she says is Wynn voted for the war. We all Know that. What has she done? She complains about other's joining the race to take votes away from her. Who died and made her Quenn for the day? Is she the one who decides who should run for Congress? I remember when Mr. Mitchell declared his candidacy. I was a supporter of hers and she swore that Wynn put him in the race because he supposely look like Wynn but carried her message. When I finally met the guy and heard him at a debate I was shocked. He looks nothing like Wynn except for the fact he is an african-american. #2 his message was a positive message and something we all needed to hear. This guy is for real. I am voting for Mitchell and I know a lot of people who will do the same. I don't support Donna any more and I'm glad Mr. Mitchell came along. He speaks from his heart. He is definitely a refreshing change from Wynn and Donna. Now Donna and her crew are complaining about Jennings being in the race. Donna will you please just stop complaining and just drop out the race? You had your chance. I have had enough of your whinning. When you lose again. Don't blame Mitchell, Jennings or any of the other candidates. We are tired of you. Like I said Mitchell has the best message and is most sincere. I'm sorry I ever was involed with the Edwards Campaign. I think Jennings should support Mitchell and kick Edwards and Wynn to the curb.

Posted by: Rosalind Rose | January 4, 2008 11:35 PM | Report abuse

Hello, I work for the Mitchell campaign and I would like to think Ms' Rose for her comment about the race for the 4thg district congressional race. I just want to say if you ever sit and listen to him you will be amazed at how much he cares for his people. He really wants this district to do more for our children, improve schools and just be a better district. The more I listen the more I am glad to work for him. I really didn't know him before but met him in front of a CVS. I was so impressed. He really has the energy and the vision to change things in the 4th district. I think it's time for us to make a change and Mitchell is the person you need to really look at. The preceding person is right. All I hear is whinning from Edwards. My goodness NO MORE! We all know it's time for Wynn to go. Even he knows it. One last thought. The Washington Post especially Ms' Helderman's column is always about Donna. Is she Donna"s campaign manager or something. The paper should not try to influence one candidate over others. I have not seen one other article on Mr. Mitchell. Every week she writes about Edwards and always, always mention she only lost by 3% points. My goodness. nearly 350,000 people did not vote. Wynn and Edwards received less than 80,000 votes between the two of them. This was proof that people of this district did not care for Edwards or Wynn. It's my contention that Edwards was the only alternative and received anti-Wynn votes. This time Time a more caring positive person is in the race. Keep your eye on Mitchell. He is the sea-bisquit of this race. I really think he is going to win. M's Helderman, do your adoring public a favor write more about Mitchell and his come out of no where victory. We are really tired of Donna and your favoritism for her. She is not going to win. The publc deserves to hear more on the other candidates.

Posted by: John Wade | January 4, 2008 11:58 PM | Report abuse

Rosalind Rose? Gee, where have I heard that last name before? Oh, wait, I remember: that would be the Rose family that made 14 contributions to GEORGE FREAKIN' MITCHELL in 2007, totaling $29,100.

http://query.nictusa.com/cgi-bin/com_ind/C00434506/

That's a hell of a lot of money from one family, and you have to wonder just where that money came from.

Ms. Rose, you are a transparent liar when you say that you were an Edwards supporter who suddenly "discovered" George Mitchell. You are part of a family that provided a lot of money to Mr. Mitchell, money that probably came from maxed out Wynn supporters, if I had to guess. But you're not disinterested and you were never an Edwards supporter.

It's amazing just how much lying and dissembling is being done by the Wynn/Mitchell/Jennings crew in this race. No respect for the process, no respect for the truth and no respect for the voters. Yup, just like Al Wynn, all right.

Posted by: lefty | January 5, 2008 3:39 PM | Report abuse

Lefty and other similarly minded Donna Edwards supporters should think before speaking. I have no intention of helping Albert Wynn or George Mitchell. Speaking specifically to Lefty, I will never be deterred by the likes of you. Can you name one lie that I have said about Donna Edwards? I have the debate footage and the supporting documentation, while all you have is your ideological fervor and willingness to repeat unsubstantiated and unchecked lies.

As for the "comment" posted by his like minded (or shall I say close-minded) friend, Lee Fang (lf). I will respond because I promised a voter that I would.

I was asked by one of your [Free State Politics] commenters to respond to the fantasy portion about me in the "Phony Candidates: How to Wynn an Election?" posting by Lee Fang, a member of Students for Donna Edwards (http://www.openleft.com/showDiary.do?diaryId=2328). My wife and I spoke to Lee for approximately two solid hours about my candidacy and various issues, where he took copious notes. I will simply address the inaccuracies and fabrications in his statements.

STATEMENT #1: One candidate in the race from Montgomery County is Jason Jennings, a political novice.

RESPONSE #1: This is simply false. I first ran for public office in Maryland's 23rd legislative district in 1994 as a Democrat, while I was attending the University of Maryland, College Park.

STATEMENT #2: His motivations for running seem vague and unclear. Among his candidacy declarations, he states, "we don't need more lawyers in Congress, we need leaders," a reference to Edwards and Wynn, both of whom are lawyers.

RESPONSE #2: My motivation for running now is the same as it was in 1994 - because I believe that I can do a better job. This is clearly laid out in the section on my web site called "Why Jason is Running".

STATEMENT #3: Jennings, who would presumably be opposed to the incumbent, is quick to attack Edwards, deriding her for accepting money from liberal organizations based outside of the district.

RESPONSE #3: This is also a fabrication. I attack both Wynn and Edwards because I don't want either one as my representative. Unlike them, I post debate footage on my web site. You can see and decide for yourselves who won those debates. As for my comments about Edwards' contributions, I stated that she and Wynn are two sides of the same coin - the coin of money and power. As stated in the Thursday, May 3, 2007 Gazette article by Judson Berger, Edwards challenges Wynn to a Rematch, the article states -

"Though Edwards said she's got just over $600 on hand, she said she'll probably raise about $1 million, a large chunk of which she expects to come from donors across the country."

I understand that Donna Edwards will naturally receive contributions from family and friends from around the country. However, I have no desire to have our congressperson exchange one set of outside interests for another.

STATEMENT #4: Jennings explicitly mentions Barbara Streisand, who he notes lives not in Maryland but in New York.

RESPONSE #4: This is an absolute lie. I discussed the Gloria Steinem endorsement on Donna Edwards web site. This can be confirmed through statements I make in the debate videos.

STATEMENT #5: Asked to comment about Wynn's contributions, which are largely from corporate PACs, such as the Nuclear Energy Institute and Wal-Mart, Jennings demurred.

RESPONSE #5: This also did not occur. See my response to Statement #3.

STATEMENT #6: Why does Jennings sound exactly like Wynn's spokesperson?

RESPONSE #6: The only thing that I have in common with Wynn's spokesperson is that we both breathe oxygen.

STATEMENT #7: Jennings's employer, Black and Veatch Corporation, a leading global engineering and construction firm, depends on legislation Wynn largely controls. Along with building energy infrastructure projects, Black and Veatch does work retrofitting power plants and other polluters for compliance air quality and other compliance standards. Wynn is the chair of the Energy and Commerce subcommittee on Environment and Hazardous Materials, presiding over bills dealing directly with Black and Veatch. Notably, Black and Veatch benefited directly from the 2003 (passed in 2005) Energy Bill that gave away billions in tax credit to energy companies - a bill Wynn crossed the aisle to help Republicans pass.

RESPONSE #7: This section is a complete fabrication of Lee's imagination. I work for a large company that serves all utilities - telecom, energy, water, solid waste, etc. First, Lee intentionally gave a narrow description of what my company does to fit his farcical posting. Second, my company and many other environmental engineer firms conduct design and construction of work that is usually proscribed by federal regulations.

My company does NOT benefit, directly or indirectly, from any kind of energy tax credit. If anything, environmental engineering firms benefit from environmental regulation. My company designs facilities to reduce air and water pollution. My company was the first corporation in the city of its headquarters to create a rain garden (rain gardens can cut down on the amount of pollution reaching creeks and streams by up to 30%). My company is involved in Green Works and ECOS and has invested millions of dollars to reduce its carbon footprint across the country, including the use of virtual offices to allow people to work from home and communicate through audio and video conferencing.

Personally, I work as a financial and management consultant, primarily to municipal water utilities. I am a proud member of the American Water Works Association and the Water Environment Federation.

STATEMENT #8: Asked for their take on a company employee running for Congress to unseat a committee chair who deals directly with their business, a Black & Veatch representative said he was unaware of Jennings' candidacy and that the company neither endorses nor discourages staff members to run for Congress.

RESPONSE #8: The reason that Lee's assertions about Black & Veatch are false and fabricated is that I told no one in my corporate office that I was running. In fact, only a few colleagues in my office knew that I was running for Congress because I am still working full time. I am tired of the narrow and woefully inadequate pool of candidates that we get who are predominantly elected officials, wealthy businessmen and lawyers. How many of you can afford to take a four to six month leave of absence and why should the need to work for a living disqualify you as a candidate.

In closing, I want to say to all of the Progressives who believed Lee's work of fiction about me, I challenge you to actually live and breathe politics with an open mind. Lee is part of a group of so-called Progressives who believe that Donna Edward is ENTITLED to be the next Congressperson for the 4th district. They have been involved in an internet campaign to smear anyone that they believe is a challenge to Donna's manifest destiny to replace Al Wynn. My fight is against Wynn, but Donna Edwards zealots have brought their fight to me. I do believe that Lee Fang and the other intentionally misleading bloggers (such as Matt Stoller and others on FSP) are entitled to support whoever they choose. However, while I believe that they are entitled to their own opinions, they are not entitled to their own facts.

I strive to fight against the political convention that Lee and maybe, some of you, represent: THE ENDS JUSTIFY THE MEANS politics. The desire to win at all costs by hook or crook or by lying and buying are the very types of behavior that turn off so many voters from participating in the political process. This enables incumbents, such as Albert Wynn, to continue to be elected with small majorities of an even smaller minority of voters who vote during the primary election. If being deceitful and dishonest is what you value as Progressives, then you need to rethink whether you are in the right political party because the Neoconservatives have a couple of openings.

Finally, if there any open minded Progressives or Donna Edwards supporters on this or other blog sites, then I challenge you to meet and learn something about me before you place another uninformed (and poor/no fact checking in this case) post about me. I know I don't know everything, but I also know that I am not dependent on notecards and repeating the same empty bullet points over and over again like Donna Edwards. I will be at a meet and great today at 3 pm (3300 Olney Sandy Spring Rd., Olney, MD) and I will also be at the next debate on January 8, 2008 at St. Stephens Baptist Church, 5757 Temple Hill Rd, Temple Hills, MD 20748. If you are unable to attend, then I will post the debate video online and you can see for yourselves. I will be there - will you?

I am here to tell you that it does matter how you play the game. . .


Posted by: Jason Jennings | January 6, 2008 12:02 PM | Report abuse

Dear Jason:

Putting aside your "I didn't lie, they did" nonsense, I have one point that requires a response to your crap:

You state that you "have no intention of helping Albert Wynn." Jason, be serious: your intentions are irrelevant. However, let's be clear: the EFFECT of your candidacy is SOLELY to help Albert Wynn.

Surely, a smart guy like you can see this. You have no chance whatsoever to win this race. What you are doing, intentions aside, is to help him win reelection by splitting the anti-Wynn vote. When you combine this undisputed fact with your late entry into the race and your company's connections to Mr. Wynn's subcommittee, the whole thing stinks more than week-old raw sewage.

A little honesty and a little respect for voters would really help to make that stink go away. I'm not holding my breath, however.

Posted by: lefty | January 6, 2008 5:06 PM | Report abuse

I switched my registration to Democrat so that could vote for Obama. As a bonus, I get to vote against Wynn to punish him for that Iraq vote.

Posted by: tonia | January 6, 2008 6:48 PM | Report abuse

Lefty, if you were an honest and respectful person, then I would be addressing your real name and not your anonymous political nom de guerre. I'm sure that Donna herself would be disappointed in your representation as one of her supporters. Your lack of faith and conviction in democracy is saddening. I recognize that you are beyond reason and rather than continue to address the saddened state of a few angry and hateful netizens, I will provide the readers with proof of my response about my first political candidacy with this link to the State Board of Elections web site (http://www.elections.state.md.us/elections/1994/candidates_1994/primary_del.html).

I believe that the statements made by Lefty and the manner in which he left them demonstrate why so many people are turned off of politics, are seeking an alternative to Al Wynn AND Donna Edwards, and why some of them now support me.

Posted by: Jason Jennings | January 6, 2008 7:00 PM | Report abuse

Jason:

I have plenty of faith and conviction in democracy.

What I find problematic is political candidates who avoid the hard questions. So I'll try again, and I'll ask real nice this time:

I stated that, regardless of your intentions, the necessary effect of your candidacy is to help Al Wynn. Can you honestly tell me that this belief is wrong? If so, why?

I eagerly await your response.

Most sincerely,

Lefty

Posted by: lefty | January 6, 2008 10:24 PM | Report abuse

There was no question asked, just a statement. Is the effect of my candidacy to help Al Wynn? No. Why? DONNA EDWARDS ALREADY LOST TO AL WYNN WHEN SHE WAS THE ONLY OPPONENT. If you want Al Wynn gone at ANY cost, then Ms. Edwards can drop out of the race and support me. If my intentions are irrelevant, then so are Ms. Edwards.

I can no longer stomach the lesser of two evils candidate choices we are often presented. If I want to be your congressman, then I know that I must earn it, regardless of the circumstances.

Lefty, this blog chain is now all yours and others whose strength of conviction and willingness to engage in debate is directly proportional to their level of anonymity. You know where to find me on the campaign trail.


Posted by: Jason Jennings | January 7, 2008 8:37 AM | Report abuse

Jason:

Your latest tripe is what the Watergate-era media would call a "non-denial denial."

Oh, and a factual correction: George McDermott was in the race in 2006 along with Mr. Wynn and Ms. Edwards. So you're wrong that Edwards was Wynn's only opponent.

In your own unique way, Jason, despite not answering the question (twice!), you told me what I need to know. You're a spoiler, and you know it. Thanks for responding.

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