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May 7 election has yet to generate much interest

January 14, 2013

LISBON — The May 7 primary election has yet to generate much interest at the Columbiana County Board of Elections, even though the filing deadline is less than a month away....

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Jan-15-13 6:13 PM

It takes money and political correctness...both, I do not have.

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Jan-15-13 5:01 PM

Corbin Great post.

Yes this is my real name.

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Jan-15-13 8:28 AM

Hey WatchDog - since you have so many opinions - why don't you step up to the plate and run for an office instead of commenting behind a masked name. Bet you won't.

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Jan-14-13 4:28 PM

Don't even get me started on that useless council. They are not productive they are oxygen wasters.

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Jan-14-13 4:04 PM

LOL, seriously, people are burnt out with elections, lies, propaganda and money waste. Look at presidential election, it was exhausting. What voters had to put up with, from the pounding puke media, to commercials, lies, arguments, fighting and nagging an driving voters slap crazy with mail and phone craze. And what was the outcome of that entire year of B.S.? We walked away with an election result...where NOTHING CHANGED. Same President, same senate, same house. People are burnt out. Besides in Salem, nobody cares! Voting is not making a difference when the candidates all stay the same. There are no new faces and when do get new faces it is down to money and who can buy the result.

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