Just in Case You'd Forgotten: These Guys Are on the Ballot 

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Top is an old-fashioned wood-bordered campaign sign sighted in a yard on Poplar Avenue; bottom is a sign perched in some downtown right-of-way. - Yes, Willingham is running again, this time for city council in Diustrict 9, Position 1; and that other fellow next to Obama (not his running mate, incidentally), is one Newton Jake Ford, an independent candidate for the 9th District congressional seat who may be figuring: "Well, I can't do much worse than Nikki did, can I?"
  • Top is an old-fashioned wood-bordered campaign sign sighted in a yard on Poplar Avenue; bottom is a sign perched in some downtown right-of-way.

    Yes, Willingham is running again, this time for city council in Diustrict 9, Position 1; and that other fellow next to Obama (not his running mate, incidentally), is one Newton Jake Ford, an independent candidate for the 9th District congressional seat who may be figuring: "Well, I can't do much worse than Nikki did, can I?"

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