By Drew Olson Special to Published Feb 20, 2008 at 5:32 PM

I don't know about you, but I'm feeling cheap, abandoned, used, abused and forgotten. It feels like I just took the dreaded "walk of shame" in my own house.

I went to check the answering machine (which is what I call voice mail, because nobody I know has an answering machine any more), and it was completely empty. There were no calls from presidential candidates Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, John McCain, Mike Huckabee or any of their supporters.

The e-mails I was getting from Sen. John Kerry and some nice folks on the Republican side suddenly stopped, too.

It seems that now the Wisconsin primary is over and they want to forget about us.

Well, I'm just going to forget about them... until the fall, when they start calling again.

Drew Olson Special to

Host of “The Drew Olson Show,” which airs 1-3 p.m. weekdays on The Big 902. Sidekick on “The Mike Heller Show,” airing weekdays on The Big 920 and a statewide network including stations in Madison, Appleton and Wausau. Co-author of Bill Schroeder’s “If These Walls Could Talk: Milwaukee Brewers” on Triumph Books. Co-host of “Big 12 Sports Saturday,” which airs Saturdays during football season on WISN-12. Former senior editor at Former reporter at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.