I will surely go down as the worst political blogger ever for this, but I totally scheduled my wedding and honeymoon for the last two weeks of October in a Presidential election year. (I know.) From tomorrow through October 30, I will mostly be away from the Internet, spending time with my new wife instead of writing blog posts.
But! That doesn’t mean the Keystone Politics blog will be going dark. I would never leave you hanging like that. In my absence, I have lined up some guest bloggers to keep you informed and entertained:
Greg Palmer – O.G. Keystone Politics editor and site founder
Jake Blumgart – contributor to Philly City Paper, Next American City and Slate
Ben Turner – employee of PA House Democrats (blogging on his own time of course); former press secretary (2000-03) to Paul Kanjorski, and former co-chair and co-founder of the PA Capital Region chapter of the Stonewall Democrats
By the way, I consulted my binder full of women and couldn’t find anybody who wanted to do this, so don’t think the dude-heavy lineup is going unnoticed by me. If you are a woman who is a writer and you want to do some political blogging, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ok everybody, have a great two weeks. See you back here on the 31st!