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Regional Council Election Discussion
(04-04-2015, 07:17 AM)ookpik Wrote: 1. Influence, albeit not much for only $750.
2. Tax deductions that make the cost of 1. very low.
3. Friendship.

How about 4. They support the candidate's position?

LRT has been polarizing and some believe it's such a bad idea they'll throw $750 to support a candidate who says they'll kill it, or even if they can't, maybe just to oust that guy who made it happen.

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