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Old 07-22-2017, 12:14 PM
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Now that Jim Glickman has enough petition votes, you can throw your petition support to one of the other candidates - provided you think anybody else has a chance. I still think Jim's track record speaks for itself.
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Now that Jim Glickman has enough petition votes, you can throw your petition support to one of the other candidates - provided you think anybody else has a chance. I still think Jim's track record speaks for itself.
Why, Ms. Marler? If someone supports Mr. Glickman, why should they now throw their petition support to someone else?

Or are you trying to drum up petition support for Mr. Robinson in order to further split the 'establishment' vote in the general election, perhaps making it easier for Mr. Glickman to achieve a plurality?
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