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Frank Addivinola Discusses How He Differs From His Opponent

Frank Addivinola Discusses How He Differs From His Opponent
Frank Addivinola Discusses How He Differs From His Opponent
Frank Addivinola, Republican candidate for the 5th Congressional District in Massachusetts, discusses the differences between the candidates in the special election on December 10th.  He talks about his pledge to remain in Washington DC for only eight years, and other issues.  The election fills the 5th Congressional District seat vacated by Ed Markey.

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Myron Dittmer December 04, 2013 at 06:44 AM
Frank seems to be on the "right side" of the issues for me! I also like his pledge to serve only a maximum of 8 years. Get in, do you thing to help people, and then move on with your life. If only all candidates would have that attitude instead of institutionalize these seats...remember what the Democrats were saying not that many years ago....."That's Ed Kennedy's seat!" when Scott Brown beat out Ms. Coakley? No candidate or party has a right to any elected office and if they think that....why vote for that kind of arrogance?

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