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Race for Congress: James Jones
James Jones is the uncontested Republican running for Congress in District 2 in the southeastern part of the state in April's primary. Mr. Jones is a veteran turned small businessman who's done work in the field of security and surveillance. He ran for Congress back in 2010.
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From: Ted Kwong <email@example.com>
Date: Tue, Mar 22, 2016 at 9:10 AM
Subject: Press Release: Toomey Campaign Releases Two New Television Ads Featuring Pat Toomey’s Work to Keep Pennsylvanians Safe
To: Ted Kwong <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Three Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($350,000)! That is what it cost Philadelphia taxpayers to hold two special elections this Tuesday. Special elections are held when an elected official vacates their position prior to the end of their term. As the term itself implies, these elections are only supposed to be held under “special” circumstances. For example, if an elected official passes away or experiences a severe illness while in office. However, in the city of Philadelphia, “special” elections are commonplace, and are usually the result of political opportunism or an indictment. For example, the two special elections held on Tuesday were to replace an indicted state representative and the other was to replace a state representative who was elected to Philadelphia’s City Council, but she also ran for state representative at the same time (i.e. political opportunism).
For Immediate Release
Date: March 14, 2016
Contact: Ross Feinberg, Republican Candidate for PA 5th Senate District
Ross Feinberg, Republican Candidate for PA 5th Senate District, is vehemently opposed to the Kenney Soda Tax, it was announced today. Feinberg announced a plan that would replace the Soda Tax with alternative, responsible choices for raising revenue.
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