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Dirty tricks backfire on candidates

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By Lynne Caroll

In politics, it is the desperate candidate who has to stoop to dirty tricks. And they usually backfire which this one did.

Mulvaney for Congress had a fundraiser in western York County on Saturday with U.S. Sen. Jim DeMint.

Early Saturday, two things happened. A radio ad said this event was cancelled and a robo call said Mick Mulvaney would be unable to attend.

Surprise. More than 600 people came to hear DeMint and the U.S. District 5th Congressional candidate.

Sometimes, dirty tricks backfire!

 

Lynne Carroll


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