>Meanwhile in Mequon…

>I did my civic duty…

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10 comments

  1. Anonymous · February 20, 2008

    >funny, but i think it’s a civic duty to vote in an election, but not in a primary or caucus.

  2. Anonymous · February 20, 2008

    >funny, but i think it’s a civic duty to vote in an election, but not in a primary or caucus.

  3. Hikaru · February 20, 2008

    >For a minority in Mequon…it is.

  4. Hikaru · February 20, 2008

    >For a minority in Mequon…it is.

  5. Anonymous · February 20, 2008

    >why?

  6. Anonymous · February 20, 2008

    >why?

  7. Hikaru · February 20, 2008

    >Tons of reasons ranging from Russ Anderson to James Sensenbrenner to the fact that it’s a suburb of one of the most segregated cities in the North, but when it all comes down to it–this is the typical Mequon resident–especially the ones that vote:http://www.mequonnow.com/blog/?blogid=156

  8. Hikaru · February 20, 2008

    >Tons of reasons ranging from Russ Anderson to James Sensenbrenner to the fact that it’s a suburb of one of the most segregated cities in the North, but when it all comes down to it–this is the typical Mequon resident–especially the ones that vote:http://www.mequonnow.com/blog/?blogid=156

  9. Hikaru · February 20, 2008

    >I meant Jesse Anderson, not Russ.

  10. Hikaru · February 20, 2008

    >I meant Jesse Anderson, not Russ.

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