Issue 625

02nd November, 2006 - 15th November, 2006

It was in the wake of the hanging-chad disaster of the 2000 Presidential election, when recounts of paper ballots in Florida dragged on for weeks and ended up before the U.S. Supreme Court, that Congress decided to address the issue of voting integrity.

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Governor, U.S. senator and reps, state senator and reps, circuit judges, county board members, sheriff's road patrols. Saginaw County voters face an array of key decisions on Nov. 7. And indeed, all will make a lasting impact that could go well beyond the terms of office for the elected officials who are selected, or on the taxes levied.

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Editor, The Review:   I must take serious issue with comments by Commissioner Ken Horn in his recent Review Magazine interview regarding his candidacy for the state house seat being vacated by Rep.

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Of all the musical styles that permeate the landscape, it is often said that Country is the 'peoples music', not only for its accessibility but also more importantly, because of the way it touches feelings & emotions of the common man.

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As an artist, Brent Nuffer is most well-known as the front-man singer/guitarist for the Lansing rock outfit known as Studiotone; but as is true with the myriad of dimensional emotion that flows through any true artist, tapping into different ways of expressing that emotion serves as the fountain of color that keeps one's edge sharp and sound fresh.

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For those that remember the 'renaissance days' of folk music in the tri-cities back in the 1970s and early eighties, when troubadours like Loose Caboose and soloists like Sean Ryan would roam the watering holes of Mid-Michigan, a special surprise is in store on Friday & Saturday, Nov.

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One of the races covered heavily in prior issues of The Review is the State House of Representatives contest for the 95th District between Democrat Andy Coulouris and Republican Joel Wilson. Insofar as Coulouris and Wilson have yet to debate face-to-face in these pages, we submitted a few questions in hopes that voters may better discern the differences and similarities between the two candidates.

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Democrat Carl Williams is shown with sexual predators because he allegedly opposed putting their photos on a state computer registry. Republican Dr. Roger Kahn is portrayed over a cartoon skeleton's operating table because he supposedly would not hold drug companies liable for dangerous medicines.

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Dear Editor;   Thanks for the review by Mark Leffler of Josh Karp's book on Doug Kenney (Review #623).  Mark did an excellent job.  And the more so since the whole subject must seem like ancient history to him.

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Dear Guy, I have a spouse who likes to play dress up when we, you know. Although I am a pretty open-minded woman, I almost never feel anything but really stupid when he wants to dress me up.

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