In Utica, N.Y., a frustrating wait for the campaigns to end
This Rust Belt city understood the pain of recession long before the rest of the nation, when the factories started closing and few opportunities arrived in their place.
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#1 Nov 1, 2010
Not frustrating. I'm excited and energized. I worked hard at the phone banks and expect my candidates to win. If the result is not what I expected...I will try harder and work to see that the ones who win are held accountable.
#2 Nov 1, 2010
Sorry, you're a tea partier who probably will be sad tomorrow. You will not get Johnson, maybe Hanna (not a tea partier though) and NEVER paladino.
By the way, I plan to hold whoever wins accountable too. If Paladino does win, and that's highly unlikely, I'll never go away either.
Good luck to all and be sure to vote!
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