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   Don't know what happened.Is there a way of previewing it before

I post it?

 

 

Anyway,

 

                      This delegate,Chris Hurst,who's running for a state of

here in VA,was pulled over for DUI ,but the cop let him go,even though

he was over the limit.

             He was pulled over again about a day ago,had a suspended-

license.His girlfriend,who was with him,was observed messing with

election signs of his opposition.  

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How a truck driver spent $153 on his N.J. election campaign to likely dethrone a political kingpin 
 
The man who is poised to topple one of New Jersey’s most feared political kingpins has never held public office, he has been a commercial truck driver for 25 years and he claims to have spent a whopping $153 during the primary portion of his campaign.

 

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/how-a-truck-driver-spent-24153-on-his-nj-election-campaign-to-likely-dethrone-a-political-kingpin/ar-AAQhIjS

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On 11/3/2021 at 1:44 PM, a.d._510_n_ok said:
How a truck driver spent $153 on his N.J. election campaign to likely dethrone a political kingpin 
 
The man who is poised to topple one of New Jersey’s most feared political kingpins has never held public office, he has been a commercial truck driver for 25 years and he claims to have spent a whopping $153 during the primary portion of his campaign.

 

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/how-a-truck-driver-spent-24153-on-his-nj-election-campaign-to-likely-dethrone-a-political-kingpin/ar-AAQhIjS

This country needs more "regular people" vs. career politicians if they want to be represented.

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