My Spin by Tom Campbell

Is Gerrymandering about to end?

This week's ruling by a three judge panel could be interesting. Will legislative leaders act in good faith and create fair and competitive districts or face consequences they might not like?    Read More

by Tom Campbell   |   September 6, 2019

Going the last mile

Our state's Broadband Internet Office has set a goal for every resident to have access to higher-speed broadband Internet by 2021. What needs to be done to make that a reality?    Read More

by Tom Campbell   |   September 5, 2019



Reading 101

The child who cannot read doesn't care what political party you belong to, who gets the blame, who gets the credit or even what reading assessment tool you choose. Our reading proficiency is unacceptable.    Read More

by Tom Campbell   |   August 29, 2019

Spend, save, or return?

The state has a surplus of almost 900 million dollars. Leaders must decide whether to save it, spend it or return some of it to taxpayers. What is the right course of action?    Read More

by Tom Campbell   |   August 22, 2019




How did I get here? Reflections on my birthday.

The 1949 Fairness Doctrine proclaimed that TV and Radio stations were required to present controversial issues of public importance, and to do so in a manner that was honest, equitable and balanced. It was repealed in 1987, but perhaps it should be reinstated.    Read More

by Tom Campbell   |   August 1, 2019