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Congressional candidate Lori Hopkins-Cavanagh, as reported in Oct. 14 debate coverage, defended her descriptions of President Obama as a “fascist” for supporting low-income housing initiatives, and “racist” for, as she expressed on her radio program...
Voting for Republicans is not voting for change, it is about bringing back the very same people with the same old ideas, who drove us off the cliff in 2008. Remember that when you go to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 4.
Emmett Riley will be an effective advocate for our advocate for our community as our state Representative and I hope anyone who is concerned with education, the core of our elderly and fiscal responsibility will join me in voting for him this year.
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