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NEW: Loughlin Speaks Out on Doherty Voting as Democrat

Friday, May 13, 2011


2010 Republican Candidate John Loughlin speaks out about his potential GOP primary rival Brendan Doherty having voted in recent Democratic Primaries. Loughlin leaves tomorrow for active duty U.S. Army assignment in Iraq.

Loughlin told GoLocalProv:

"I think that the Republican voters of the First Congressional district will have a great deal of time to evaluate the level of commitment to Republican ideals of both campaigns during the upcoming campaigns. I have worked hard, day-by-day, as a loyal and diligent member of our party. I have attended our events, supported our causes and worked for our candidates. Together, we have seen victory and tasted defeat but we never lost hope.

My commitment remains as strong as ever to the things Republicans stand for, specifically to fight, as an elected Republican for lower taxes, more transparent government, and more personal freedom for Rhode Islanders."


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