Susan Shelley

Republican candidate for Congress

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Republican candidate for Congress and blogger at AmericaWantsToKnow.com; former associate producer of the game show Jeopardy!; author of The 37th Amendment, a novel about the Constitution’s due process protections, and How the First Amendment Came to Protect Topless Dancing: A Citizen's Guide to the Incorporation Doctrine

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In the race for the 30th Congressional District, registration is 49 percent Democratic, 25 percent Republican and 21 percent Independent.

A Race for Congress with a New and Different Look

In the race for the 30th Congressional District, registration is 49 percent Democratic, 25 percent Republican and 21 percent Independent.

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