Video: Augusta Commission District 6 candidate Bob Finnegan

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PrayN4U
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PrayN4U 05/01/14 - 01:33 pm
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I listened to Mr Finnegan

I listened to Mr Finnegan until he got to the :whole black & white issue" comment. He was clearly uncomfortable saying the words, he almost wispered it. He need to be more confident with race. Other than that he kept my interest.

PrayN4U
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PrayN4U 05/01/14 - 01:38 pm
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Mr. Garvin, impressed me in

Mr. Garvin, impressed me in his caring answers for Augusta. His demeaner and words tends to portray his has a arguer.

PrayN4U
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PrayN4U 05/01/14 - 01:43 pm
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Mrs. Hardens compassion for

Mrs. Hardens compassion for Augusta comes through as genuine. I applaud her for reaching out to the people in River Glen. She has not just begun to work to aide the people in her district as well as other districts but she has been doing this for a long time. Now she want to reach out and be a greater assett. Good for her.

PrayN4U
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PrayN4U 05/01/14 - 01:52 pm
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Mr. Hasan commented that he

Mr. Hasan commented that he has been going to 85% of the commissioners meeting and he has been involved since 2006. Why wait until now to get involved? He was also in district 4 and now he's in district 6. "Why wait until the wolf is at you door"? So, if he was not moved to district 6 then he would not work for a better Augusta?

PrayN4U
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PrayN4U 05/01/14 - 01:54 pm
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I wiuld vote for her if she

I wiuld vote for her if she was in my district. I think her background and education would make her an assett.

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