Kevin Wade and Jeff Cragg

Filed in Delaware by on July 11, 2012

This morning, Delaware businessman Jeff Cragg officially filed his candidacy for Governor. Wait, we’re cutting in with a breaking report…

Jeff Cragg Kevin Wade Delaware Governor

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Rob Tornoe is a local cartoonist and columnist, and can be seen in The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Press of Atlantic City, The News Journal, and the Dover Post chain of newspapers. He's also a contributor to Media Matters and WHYY. Web site: Twitter: @RobTornoe

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  1. jason330 says:

    LOL. So much goodness packed into this. One little critique. Your cartoon depiction of “Smooth like Suede” Kevin Wade’s head is more realistic and life-like than his official photo.

    “Not a Witch”


  2. cassandra_m says:

    Love the “Not A Witch” button. If Carper were a fun campaigner(or if he had fun supporters) ought to create those buttons, with Wade 2012 on it.

  3. occam says:

    I hope Wade and Cragg don’t require photo ID to show up at their events, unlike Eric Holder

  4. hmm says:

    occam, I sure hope you’re being sarcastic. Holder is a cabinet member, and the top official for the Department of Justice. He requires security, and that is a completely normal request. With that said republicans sure are amazing at spinning everything to appear relevant to their cause.

  5. Geezer says:

    Don’t worry, occam, there won’t be more than a couple dozen IDs to check.

  6. jason330 says:

    Didn’t Wade hold his announcement in the parking lot of a car wash or something? Help me out internet.

  7. metaworldpeace says:

    You are missing the point of the article-Eric Holder and the NAACP are attacking the GOP for wanting Photo IDs which “disenfranchise minorities”, but somehow because Holder is a “cabinet member”, suddenly disenfranchising minorities is needed for “security”. The poor who buy cigarettes need Photo ID, but somehow every November they “lose” it to vote, as if they don’t have one. A little consistency from the White House maybe?….And please don’t tell me voting is a Constitutional right, so therefore no ID is required. People have the right to eat too, and most states require photo ID before giving out food stamps or other welfare benefits that are now “rights”.

  8. Republican David says:

    It was in the Harris School of Business parking lot across from the local Dept. of Elections, Jason. As least you had the parking lot part right.

  9. GOPMole says:

    As Republican Dave said: Wade’s announcement that he just wasted $10,000 on the filing fee for U.S. Senate “was in the Harris School of Business parking.”

    There were more tents than supporters at this event. No wonder the money is drying up for Wade.

    Wade can “Sell-out” his friends but can’t “Sell-out” a fundraiser.

  10. Geezer says:

    “The poor who buy cigarettes need Photo ID”

    No they don’t, unless they’re under 25. Not who we’re talking about.

    The Right to Eat is not in the Constitution. And welfare recipients, again, are not who we’re talking about.

    In Pa., we’re talking about the three-quarters of a million people who don’t have a driver’s license.