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Democratic Gubernatorial Primary Campaign

James Sturm and I covered one day’s worth of Vermont’s Democratic Gubernatorial Primary campaigning with Matt Dunne as cartoonist reporters for Slate Magazine! Keep an eye out for our final comic to be published on Wednesday on the events of today. Good luck to Matt Dunne and to the other four candidates going head to head tomorrow on the final countdown to election. And remember Vermont: GET OUT AND VOTE IN YOUR PRIMARY!

On the road, a misty beautiful morning on 89 North:

Matt Dunne and Ward, planning our next stop after a diner crawl outside of Burlington, VT around 10:15 am:

James and I in the backseat of the Dunne-mobile, covering the story for Slate:

Many thanks to the Dunne campaign for letting us joining the day’s events!

Slate.com Magazine published my work!

Two months ago, The Center for Cartoon Studies founder James Sturm decided to take a four month break from the internet and write about his experience offline by publishing on Slate.com (don’t worry, the irony of keeping a blog about being offline isn’t lost on him either). Last month he asked CCS students to contribute comics about their relationship with the internet, and last week I was featured! Check it out at Slate.com