May 2008
Word (Word Publications - Ted Fleischaker);May2008, p4
The author reflects on the most suitable choice among the democratic U.S. presidential candidates. He notes his appreciation for the views on gay, lesbian, bisexual and transsexual issues given by the two presidential candidates and two gubernatorial candidates. He cites his endorsement of U.S. Senator Hillary Clinton for president and Jill Long-Thompson for governor of Indiana on the basis of their experience. The author encourages all of Indiana's voters to vote in the primaries on May 6, 2008.


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