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I haven't had the heart to go back and listen to it because I suspect I would not be proud.
But at the time, I felt like I had made the big leagues.
After the election was over I did stories about the allocation of voting machines and long lines to vote in predominantly African American neighborhoods in Franklin County.
During that year, I got my first brush with NPR's political reporting team.
The Lightning jars became popular because the glass lids prevented food contact with metal, the metal clamps were cheap to produce and the lids themselves were much easier to seal and remove.
Everett of Newark, OH; Hazel Glass of Washington, PA; JP Smith of Pittsburgh, PA; Moore Brothers in Clayton, NJ; Mannington Glass of Mannington, WV; Wellsburgh Glass and Mfg. The Lightning jars come in a variety of shapes, colors and sizes and can be a collecting specialty in and of themselves.I helped gather tape for Mara Liasson at a Bush volunteer office. We met in a filing center, and I was in awe of him as he pulled out his laptop and filed with ease. On election night 2004, I covered the results of local elections for school board or something. America was waiting on the results from Ohio and they were still coming in.And on the last weekend before voting, I followed Kerry on his campaign bus tour. I don't actually remember what I was covering, but I do remember I was wearing red velvet pants. I got home around one in the morning, and just as my head hit the pillow, the phone rang. The NPR reporter based in Ohio that night needed a few hours of sleep, so the editor asked me to go sit outside the Secretary of State's office waiting for those final returns.They are quart sized and have new and what I would say are sloppy looking wires.They have smooth lips, are dark amber in color and have Putnam 227 on the base. There could be legitimate Lightning jars with Putnam 227 on base, although I've never actually asked anyone if they have one in their collections.