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By DON AINES | October 24, 2008
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -- With less than two weeks left until the presidential election and John McCain trailing in Pennsylvania, longtime political ally and former governor Tom Ridge stopped in Chambersburg Friday to tell a crowd of about a hundred people to "get out and get people talking about this election. " When Ridge kicked off his gubernatorial campaign in 1994, McCain was by his side during an appearance in Chambersburg. Ridge stumped for McCain on Friday, stressing his economic message to those assembled in front of the Franklin County Courthouse.
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NEWS
October 21, 2008
Who won Wednesday night's final presidential debate? John McCain 283 votes (35 percent) Barack Obama 289 votes (36 percent) Neither candidate won 68 votes (8 percent) I don't know 13 votes (2 percent) I didn't watch 156 votes (19 percent) o Votes received by 11 a.m. Monday at www.herald-mail.com
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By ERIN CUNNINGHAM | October 20, 2008
WASHINGTON COUNTY -- Campaign signs for GOP presidential nominee John McCain and his Democratic rival Barack Obama have been stolen, burned and "slashed to bits. " In a tense political season, the ugliness of the campaign trail has been evident in vandalized signs seen in Hagerstown. Signs for McCain in at least two locations were defaced by the word "No" spray-painted in orange. Some have taken measures to protect their signs. A sign for the Republican nominee on Summit Avenue warns that a camera is fixed on the sign and that vandals will be seen.
NEWS
October 18, 2008
To the editor: Rise up, Americans! Maybe it is time for another Boston Tea Party? No, not Wayne and Garth, not that kind of party. Sadly, it seems Saturday Night Live (SNL) is the only unabashed TV entity to name names in our economic meltdown fiasco. And yes, the U.S. is really askew no, upsidedown, when Ralph Nader starts to make sense. In a recent interview, Nader rightfully said of the Wall Street crooks who took down our economy with the help of Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.
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By JOSHUA BOWMAN | October 16, 2008
WASHINGTON COUNTY -- Republican presidential candidate John McCain might be down in the polls, but that doesn't bother John Dunlap. During a speech Wednesday evening at a McCain-Palin rally at Dimensions near Funkstown, the assistant state's attorney and former Republican Central Committee chairman, cited dozens of polls taken during past presidential elections that were proved wrong on election day. "Polls can change," Dunlap told the...
NEWS
October 15, 2008
Obama isn't man for U.S. To the editor: On Sat., Oct. 11, I read one of the most intelligent and well written letters I have ever seen published on the opinion page of this newspaper. It was written by Christina Elgin and I'd like to commend her and let her know how much I appreciate her views, with which I agree 100 percent. Barack Obama is the least qualified and most dangerous person ever to run for the office of president of the United States. He has been groomed by rich and powerful forces and if he wins, this country and democracy, as we know it today, will no longer exist and socialism will reign.
NEWS
By DAVE MCMILLION | October 13, 2008
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. -- Two retired U.S. military officials and John Dalton, secretary of the U.S. Navy under President Clinton, took aim at Republican presidential candidate John McCain during a roundtable discussion in Martinsburg on Sunday afternoon and threw their support behind Democratic candidate Barack Obama in the Nov. 4 general election. Appearing with Dalton at a Democratic headquarters on Queen Street was Pat Foot, a retired U.S. Army general, and David M. Stone, who had a 28-year naval career and who is considered an expert in homeland security, serving in the U.S. Department of Homeland Security under Tom Ridge.
NEWS
October 8, 2008
"I have lived in the Cavetown area for a number of years now, so I'm familiar of where the school bus stops are. When approaching these areas, I keep safety in mind. What concerns me is the choice of location for two of the stops. (Old Georgetown Road/Route 66, and the one in front of the planing mill). Why are these stops located near a 'blind curve'? The bus drivers should deploy the stop signs before coming to a complete stop. " - Cavetown "If it's about acting, I give Gov. Palin an A+. However, as we all understand, you cannot rehearse when you are the focus point of not just being vice president, but the ability of being commander in chief when called upon.
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