A Tasty Political Tidbit

So I’m perusing the wire tonight, and I see this in the latest Blumenthal story:  “Marla Romash, a campaign consultant for Blumenthal…”

She’s back!  She couldn’t stay away, no matter how hard she tried. 

Marla Romash is a former Connecticut TV and newspaper reporter.  Before and after covering politics, she served as a jack-of-all-trades to any number of local and national Democratic luminaries, including a stint as Al Gore’s press secretary.

And then she walked away from the movers and the shakers to join the bakers.  As in cookies and cakes.  She called her endeavor “Marla’s Magic.”  Her passion shifted from the boiler room to the kitchen.

But with an old friend suddenly in trouble, the call of the hustings was too much to ignore.  She tells me she’s come “out of retirement for this one.”

I know Marla.  I know some of the folks behind the McMahon campaign.

Who’s got the “magic” now?  Buckle up!


About Gerry

I've been covering Connecticut news and sports since 1974. I know, I don't look that old.
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4 Responses to A Tasty Political Tidbit

  1. ” from the boiler room to the kitchen. ”

    I like that.

    From the frying pan into the fire now.

  2. Deborah says:

    Here’s more from mediaresearch.org

    # Marla Romash: Communications Dir. to VP Al Gore, 1993; health care spokesman for White House, 1993 Associate Producer, ABC’s Good MorningAmerica, 1984-85

    Also, Marla was spokesperson for Teresa Heinz, John Kerry’s wife during Kerry’s campaign for the Presidency. (Google Heinz-Kerry and “shove it”).

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