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— Jim Bacon


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  1. Karen Avatar

    Regarding the race in the 26th-Fulk vs Lohr:

    I’ve heard from inside republican sources in harrisonburg and rockingham that the lohr campaign is in serious trouble of a loss of confidence of the rank and file. The base…

    The lohr dual campaign strategy of painting fulk as evil and at the same time that young Matthew as “just like fulk” is not gaining any traction at all and is actually working to build fulk’s credibility all the more.

    Lohr has already been caught adopting fulk’s position on reuse of poultry structures and support for local law enforcement.

    Both are issues that fulk has highlighted for years and lohr has never before mentioned.

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