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March 12, 2009


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FYI: First hyperlink ("donations") is broken.

Bob Conner

Thanks a lot, Matt. I've clarified it.


I'm trying to figure out why this matters.

I'm far more interested in the origin of the "donations" Murphy (and Tedisco) are RECEIVING and what THEY mean.

Bob Conner

Follow the links. It matters because Murphy is up by 25 points in Little's part of the district, and she could be the key to the election.,


I've read those stories before.

Im still more interested in the origin of the "donations" Murphy and Tedisco are RECEIVING and what THEY mean.

You're speculating on who might win. It's more important for the electorate to know WHY they should care if Murphy, Sundwall or your boy wins and who they will be beholden too if they do win.

If Little donated to Murphy's campaign, this would be a story, IMO.

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