Vaughan politicians fight controversi...

Vaughan politicians fight controversial ad campaign

There are 2 comments on the Vaughan Citizen story from Sep 27, 2010, titled Vaughan politicians fight controversial ad campaign. In it, Vaughan Citizen reports that:

One day after a controversial ad aimed at five of the city's nine incumbents ran in The Vaughan Citizen, Mayor Linda Jackson is fighting back, calling the ad campaign 'disgusting and hurtful'. Ms Jackson debated commenting on it altogether, but said because the ad was erroneous she wanted to set the record straight for residents.

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Jason Ioni

Scarborough, Canada

#1 Sep 29, 2010
We need to stand with Mayor Jackson on this. This website is deliberately spreading lies to get dirty politicians elected over great incumbents.
Taxpayer

AOL

#2 Sep 29, 2010
Jason Ioni wrote:
We need to stand with Mayor Jackson on this. This website is deliberately spreading lies to get dirty politicians elected over great incumbents.
What town is this?

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