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Say Hello To Jeff Fisher, Tracker And Operative For The Democrat Party Of Oregon

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[5440 note: This is from the Facebook page of Dr. Knute Buehler, running against #KorruptKate Brown for Oregon Secretary of State.]

Say ‘hello’ to Jeff Fisher! (guy on the right giving thumbs up) Jeff is a Democratic Party of Oregon ‘Tracker’ – those guys from the opposition who film candidates to cut and splice later. Thanks for the important work you do, Jeff. It would be hard for the Democratic Party to inaccurately sling mud at candidates without you.

Sincerely, Joel Thomas~Campaign Manager (the guy on the left) PS, please share so everyone knows who Jeff is.

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2 Comments

  1. maxredlines's Gravatar maxredlines
    April 26, 2012    

    Isn’t he the guy who wrote the DC piece? At least we know what to look for….

    • admin's Gravatar admin
      April 26, 2012    

      LOL funny guy. No, that was Mark Ellis.

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