Monday, February 17, 2014

Meet and Greet with Arnie Klein

Humboldt residents can come meet District Attorney candidate Arnie Klein at an informal event February 24 at 7:30 pm. at Bar Fly Pub & Grub on Monday, in ‪#‎Eureka‬. ◼ Join the Facebook event.

◼ Listed on LoCo Lowdown
WHEN: Monday, February 24: 7:30-8:30 p.m.
WHERE: Bar Fly Pub and Grub
Ages: 21+

Phone: 267-5592
◼ Web site:


  1. wow that looks photoshopped or taken in front of a green screen.

  2. Hi liberal jon, It actually was at the marsh we were giving some local folks trying to build a business a chance to shine. We hope to see you at the meet and greet.

    P.S. I am a volunteer for the Klein campaign and that is how I know. Just wanted to clarify.

  3. Thank you, Brandie - and welcome to the blog.

  4. At the Barfly ? What kind of message is that ?

  5. Hi Rose, thanks for the welcome. Anonymous, about a year ago there was a violent crime there. I, for one appreciate that Arnie is including all of those who have been affected by crime. All of the people in our community deserve to be and feel safe. Thank you for your question.

  6. Why the Barfly stabbing site? Is Mr. Klein going to say something about stabbings that might distinguish him from other candidates?

  7. Thanks Brandie. The lighting and focus make it look not quite authentic, but my mistake.

  8. 6:54, not just a stabbing site. Cara Banducci was killed outside the barfly when a drunk patron crashed his motorcycle.

  9. No candidate would try to capitalize on Ms. Banducci's death.
    Brandie referred to a violent crime last year, and that was a stabbing.

  10. First, I must state that I am simply a volunteer. I am in no way speaking for Mr. Klein nor am I a spokesperson for the campaign. I only staed that I am a voulenterr to qualify my knowledge of the picture.
    As for Arnie distinguishing himself from the others. It is my hope that all the candidates are successful in finding things that separate them from each other. That would be of great benefit to voters since we all prioritize differently. We all want the best for our community, and choices give us hope for that.


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