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What citizens don't ask political candidates

ens met one last time to question Gov. Jim Doyle, the Democratic incumbent, and U.S. Rep. Mark Green, the Republican challenger, about health care, education, and any other "quality of life" issues that made the group's cut. In essence, it was a grab bag, and virtually any issue outside taxes and the economy was......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 11/02/06


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