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A Blog dedicated to revealing the truth about Jeff Sax, Republican candidate for Snohomish County Council in District 5. NOTICE TO VOTERS: This Advertisement is not authorized or approved by any candidate. It is paid for by the owner of this web site, and I am not a PAC. (Top five contributors: Robert R Stitt.)

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Monday, March 20, 2006

Election 2006: Take the high road

Seattle PI Editorial on the phone calls:
"Election 2006: Take the high road
It's good to hear GOP senatorial candidate Mike McGavick say he's going to take the high road in his campaign against incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell. Perhaps he'll set a badly needed example for his party.
McGavick, former Safeco chief executive, pledged during meetings Thursday in Washington, D.C., with senior Republicans to shun the all-too-common highly negative campaign approach.
McGavick should call the Olympia-based Speaker's Roundtable. The Republican-linked outfit drew howls of protest in January when it sent phony sex-predator notification postcards to voters saying their legislators had gone soft on sex offenders.
The group was perpetuating the same fraud last week with automated phone calls to 10,000 homes in Snohomish County, warning that a dangerous, unidentified sex offender 'has been released into your community.' The recordings lamented that Democratic Reps. Hans Dunshee of Snohomish and John Lovick of Mill Creek refused to vote on a bill to lock up child rapists for life."

The op-edgoes on to point out that our local legislators voted along with all the others to impose tought 25-life sentences on sex offenders.

Unfortunately, they didn't set penalties for political hate groups.


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