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Local Republican Party opens campaign headquarters in Marshall

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

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From left, Marty Smith, candidate for county treasurer; Dean Dohrman, candidate for 51st District state House of Representatives; state Sen. David Pearce, candidate for 21st District state Senate; Jacob Turk, candidate for 5th District U.S. House of Representatives; Dave Muntzel, candidate for 48th District state House of Representatives; and Leo Grothaus, candidate for county sheriff.
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Candidates cut a ribbon to mark the opening of the Saline County Republican Party campaign headquarters at the intersection of Jefferson Avenue and Morgan Street in Marshall Tuesday, Oct. 9. Saline County Republican Party Chairman Richard Clemens said the campaign office would be open several days this week and would be open Saturday, Oct. 13. Starting next week, the office will be open regular hours Monday through Friday.


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I need some signs, headed your way

-- Posted by KW on Wed, Oct 10, 2012, at 7:43 PM


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