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Antenori: GOP special down to two candidates

As the CD8 special election looms, GOP candidate Frank Antenori declared that the primary field is essentially a two-man race between him and Jesse Kelly.... Read more»

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Apr 5, 2012, 4:26 am
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I’ve seen a poll on this race.  It is down to two, but Frank isn’t one of them.  Frank must be polling his poltical hack buddies.

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Apr 5, 2012, 8:37 am
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Polling numbers are done by the same types of idiots who told us no one was watching Star Trek of the Family Guy. I for one never take polling numbers seriously.

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Apr 5, 2012, 11:16 am
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What a jerk. He’s a legend in his own mind.

My dad was a war hero, too, spending a little time as a guest of the German government in 1944-45. Then when he was liberated, finished his time in the Army and came home, he didn’t bloviate about it. Just lived his life. Frank could learn a few things from my old man. Too bad he died 26 years ago.

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Apr 5, 2012, 2:14 pm
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@EllieMae

What CD8 candidate Jesse Kelly would like you to forget

Article: Citizens United Endorses Jesse Kelly in Special Election http://j.mp/w4YGg8
      About “Citizens United”: http://j.mp/zz409s

Article: CD8 candidate Jesse Kelly’s and Tea Party’s economic platform similar to Communist nations http://j.mp/zBKXth

Article: CD8 Republican Jesse Kelly Calls For New National Sales Tax http://j.mp/xNFoui

Article: Giffords Opponent, Jesse Kelly, Held June Event to “Shoot a Fully Automatic M16? to “Get on Target” and “Remove Gabrielle Giffords” http://j.mp/zsqdwJ and http://j.mp/A5to9a

Article and Video: Jesse Kelly: “Oil Is A Renewable Resource” http://j.mp/xlm23i

Article:  Jesse Kelly Supported by Groups Tied to White Supremacists, Neo-Nazis http://j.mp/Ax5lXO

Letter:  Tucson Tea Party Co-Founder: 13 Questions for Jesse Kelly that must be answered before you vote http://j.mp/zCtsMM

Simply put, Jesse Kelly has neither the brains, credibility or honesty for public office, the will for fighting or the compassion to represent the people of southern Arizona either CD8 OR CD2.

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