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Dennis Linthicum is a consensus builder

Herald and News letter to editor by Virginia  Topham, Sprague River 9/27/16

I am so tired of all the whining and complaining by the supporters of the Democrat nominee for State Senate District 28. If they are so unhappy with our current representation, why didn't they file for office in the six-month filing period?

I urge you to join with me and vote for Dennis Linthicum for State Senate District 28. Dennis is a consensus builder who knows how to compromise and get things done while consistently refusing to undermine the constitutional values I hold dear.

The Democrat opponent is using big money from special interest groups to influence voters.

We need Dennis Linthicum to continue Senator Doug Whitsett's legacy of fighting for individual liberty, free markets, fiscal conservatism and limited government.



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