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Apr 19, 2010


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Vin said that Demmer would give Walz a "fight." Not "Demmer will win," "Demmer might win," or even "Demmer has a chance." Now admittedly, if the winner at the convention had been Quist, the best that Weber could have offered would have been, "He'll give Walz a scolding." You have to admit that a "fight" is a better showing than a scolding, but it is hardly a prediction of victory.

I remember looking at Demmer's legislative record a few years ago; one of his big achievements was the chief authorship of a bill to permit hunters to shine lights onto private property while trying to recover wounded game. This may be a hot issue in Hayfield, but it is unlikely to carry Demmer into Congress.

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