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The days of wine and grocers

October 17, 2010

In these days of manic health consciousness, candy and snack vending machines are considered inherently evil. Vending machines dispensing soda and other sugary drinks are even worse. Given that climate, you might think a wine vending machine would be rejected on its face.

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Joe opens fifth campaign office in Philadelphia

October 17, 2010

Democratic US Senate hopeful Joe Sestak announced the opening of his fifth campaign office in the City of Philadelphia to ensure the campaign is geared up for a big day on Nov. 2. The new office in North Philadelphia is located at 2221 N. Broad St.

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Onorato gains momentum

October 11, 2010

Below is the media coverage of recent polls in the Pennsylvania Governor’s race showing Dan Onorato gaining clear momentum in the dosing five-weeks of the campaign. As Pennsylvanians begin to tune into the race, voters are rejecting Tom Corbett’s hypocritical record of increased spending requests and more taxes.

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The Friendship Train

October 1, 2010

When John Johnson Jr. decided to run for president of Transit Workers Union Local 234 against Willie Brown, a dynamic incumbent best known for taking the union out on strike against SEPTA on Election Day last year, no one thought he had a shot.

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Cheyney students value NAACP membership on historical campus

October 1, 2010

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), continues its mission of making certain educational, social, political and economic equality of rights for all persons, eliminating racial hatred and discrimination position at historic Cheney University of Pennsylvania.

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The Philadelphia Sunday Sun Staff