Monday, October 25, 2010

On the Campaign Trail, it's me and my mini-JPs!

Here's my latest ad, which ran in yesterday's Bozeman Daily Chronicle!

You can see me and the mini-JPs in action in this internet ad, also starring Little Mo, the skateboarding bulldog:

And visit me and the mini-JPs at the "What Women Want" Expo this coming Saturday, Oct 30, at the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse in Bozeman!

In my campaign for re-election, I also have strong canine support:

Vote JP!

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Wow! Campaign internet ad with the Mini-JPs!

I have support from all quarters, and from all kinds of wonderful people. Here's a real peach: an internet "ad" for my re-election campaign, starring the Mini-JPs and Little Mo, the skateboarding bulldog!

Check it out!

And remember to Vote Pomnichowski, the longest name on the ballot!

Monday, October 11, 2010

Latest from the Campaign Trail

I have mini-JPs with me on the campaign trail!

This past weekend, October 9, the Re-elect JP contingent marched in the MSU Homecoming Parade.

I had red, white, and blue cars, all decked out with balloons, signs, and ribbon.

Twins rode in the back of the white convertible, throwing JP mini-footballs to the crowd, while my fellow representatives Mike Phillips and Franke Wilmer threw footballs to onlookers from the red smart car and blue PT Cruiser convertible.

The good Senator Jon Tester drove a tractor, which we followed down Main Street Bozeman.

My dear friends Linda and Kathy threw footballs, too, and Kim, Becky, and Barb drove, while supporters cheered the JP parade entry all the way down the route.

THEN, my wonderful and creative friend Casey and I and the mini-JPs marched the parade route to wild acclaim! The mini-JPs did a cheer: Two, Four, Six, Eight! We Want JP to Legislate! Go, JP! Go, JP!

To cap it all off, the Bobcats won their Homecoming game against Portland State, with 41 unanswered points from the second quarter on. Great Homecoming action!

More photos of the MSU Homecoming Parade on my Facebook page (you don't have to be "on" Facebook to see them):

Tuesday, October 05, 2010

My Latest Campaign Ad

Sunday, October 03, 2010

Endorsement for JP from Bozeman Daily Chronicle

Bozeman Daily Chronicle, Sunday, October 3, 2010

Daily Chronicle editorial board picks candidates

Voter dissatisfaction is as apparent here in Montana as it is elsewhere in the nation, and the Nov. 2 mid-term election offers state voters a chance to vent their frustrations.
Southwest Montanans go to the polls to decide on some critical local government and legislative races. The field of candidates offers some clear choices and, after interviewing most of the hopefuls, the Chronicle editorial board found that some offer clearly better options than the others.

House District 63
Incumbent Democrat JP Pomnichowski faces Republican Tom Burnett in this race, and Pomnichowski deserves a return trip to Helena. Her reasonableness and experience is needed, and she was successful in her last two terms in carrying legislation that has done good things for southwest Montana, particularly downtown Bozeman. Burnett is a sincere candidate, but we believe he is too ideologically rigid to be effective in the Legislature.