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Thursday February 22nd, 2018 9:51AM

LISTEN: Life on the campaign trail can be full of surprises

By Bill and Joel

Longtime political consultant Rick Ridder talks with WDUN's Bill and Joel about his new book "Looking for Votes in all the Wrong Places". Turns out there's a lot more to running a political campaign than picking a catchy slogan.

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