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Southworth, Thorne seek shot at Farley

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Madelyn Thorne and Patti Southworth are both confident they have a clear shot at winning the state Senate seat occupied by Hugh Farley, but one will need to emerge victorious in the Democratic primary next week before getting a crack at the longtime incumbent Republican. Thorne, 60, who has been endorsed by four of five county Democratic committees in the 49th District, believes she stands the best chance at unseating Farley partly because of the ...

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comanche
September 4, 2014
6:25 a.m.

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How amusing. Madeline Thorne enjoyed a patronage position at Glendale Home for many years. She is beholden to the party and is just another cog in the same gear.

pollywog
September 4, 2014
1:21 p.m.

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The reason Patti Southworth has less money to spend is precisely the point of her campaign. There's no union or political party funding available for someone who opposed Common Core and the SAFE Act. There's no special funding from developers either; they learned THAT lesson when Patti was Supervisor. Her donations come from every-day voters which is why her slogan is "Patti will work for YOU".
Patti Southworth has run for elected office and run. She has slogged through the rain to go door to door and has met thousands. You can reach her by phone. 441-6548. Does anyone know Madelyn's personal phone?

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