Friday, April 28, 2006

Souder thinks Money can buy your vote

The News Sentinel reported that Mark Souder said "I don’t intend to have debates in the primary where, in effect, the other candidate isn’t a serious candidate,” Souder said. “Larsen doesn’t have any money."

Is Souder implying that money is more important than issues and ideas and that he can buy your vote?

Each candidate was asked by the News Sentinel to list three issues important to them.

In addition the News Sentinel has published their Candidate Guide.

I ask for you vote May 2.


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