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Argall files over 2,200 signatures

Published February 24. 2012 05:01PM

On the last day to challenge signatures on petitions in races for State Senate and State House, Dave Argall announced he filed over 2,200 signatures to ensure his name will be on the ballot for reelection to a second term in the State Senate in the 29th District.

"I am extremely grateful to our more than 90 campaign volunteers who ensured we would be on the ballot," said Argall. "Handing in over four times the required amount of signatures is a true testament of our grassroots strength and campaign's overall momentum. Because of our strong support, we handed in more signatures than both my opponents combined!"

"The volunteers that we had out collecting signatures send a clear message that residents want a leader fighting to rein in government spending, hold the line on taxes, reform the property tax system and create greater transparency. As a lifelong resident of this area, I know the struggles and difficulties families are facing. I will continue to be a voice of reason in these tough economic times," added Argall.

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