family business

Labor Day weekend is a big one for political campaigns, and on Sunday, David and I both were asked to cover a Teamsters picnic where Jerry Brown made an appearance.

David on his toes/Alice's toes

This has never happened before. It was kind of exciting.

We carpooled. We took turns hanging back with the stroller.

(He said before we left, “But I don’t think I can help you write your story.” Ha. Competitive. To be honest, though, it was a little daunting. Up against a political reporter. Our stories turned out so differently. I think that’s so interesting.)

Who remembers "Where's Waldo?" Find the candidate! Find the Minnesotan journalist!

 What a trooper. She’s so ready. Get her a notebook.

The new reporting arsenal ... includes a bottle.

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  1. It’s exciting to hear about Alice California Siders being an integral part of the political process (with Teamsters AND Jerry Brown) on September 5, 2010! I can see her taking it all in with those big brown eyes and frequent head turns to make sure she observed all details of a very exciting day. Her great-grandfather would’ve been so proud!

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