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Dirty tricks campaign [Letter]

State Sen. Jim Brochin is a good man, for a Democrat, and does not need this type of treatment from another Democrat ("Top state official accused of stealing state senator's campaign signs," May 12).

It's another reason to vote Republican: To get rid of these Democrats in Annapolis.

F. Cordell

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