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Ads useless without truth

Why do candidates pick and choose pieces to put in a commercial putting down the other candidate? I’m tired of hearing and seeing half a truth one person made tuition go up 80 percent. They don’t put the whole truth in the ad. I want to know what you will do for me instead of stabbing the other person in the back.

Get real, Cathy McMorris Rodgers and Lisa Brown. Tell the whole truth or nothing at all, thank you.

RoseMarie Newcombe



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