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Mitch Perry Report 7.6.16 — Clinton survives James Comey

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Although many observers are noting that yesterday was not a good day for Hillary Clinton and her aspirations for president, who are we kidding here? She stood this close to being indicted, with Democrats probably wishing that Joe Biden had actually entered the race last year. No doubt, Clinton’s reputation for being truthful took a severe hit on Tuesday morning, as FBI Director James Comey laid out all the things that she had done wrong with her private email during her tenure as Secretary of…

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Democrat Bernie Fensterwald holding back so far in spending largesse against Chris Sprowls in HD 65

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Fundraising totals for the first 24 days of June were posted at the end of last week, and the numbers that were released should give Chris Sprowls nothing to worry about. Sprowls is the GOP incumbent running for re-election to his House District 67 seat, which encompasses Palm Harbor, Dunedin and Tarpon Springs. A 32-year-old assistant prosecutor in Pasco/Pinellas Counties, he beat former state Rep. Carl Zimmerman in 2014. And great things are expected of him, since he’s already been selected to be House Speaker by…

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Chris Sprowls gets a Democratic opponent in his bid for reelection to HD 65

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Bernie Fensterwald, a Dunedin based Democrat, filed paperwork in Tallahassee on Wednesday to run against Republican Chris Sprowls in the House District 65 race. Sprowls, first elected in 2014 and on a fast track to House leadership, has raised over $168,000 to date in his bid for reelection to the seat, which encompasses He also has a separate political committee called Floridians for Economic Freedom. That organization raised $122,000 in May and had about $297,000 on hand. Fensterwald is currently retired after…

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