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November 07, 2014

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No one says it better than you do Elaine.

Elaine--I had the very same thoughts about Sheila Simon.
Perhaps if the IEA leadership had given her all the money they gave to Dillard & Quinn, she would have run &, conceivably, could have won.
(The constant moaning & groaning about there being NO good candidate has to be nipped in the bud before the next elections.)
&--not to just finger-point at IEA--where was IFT in all of this? Yet, I digress--it's way beyond the time to go to work, & work we must.

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