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Table of Contents
                            Title Page
Table of Contents
Dedication
Part One - The Verdict
	Chapter 1
	Chapter 2
	Chapter 3
	Chapter 4
	Chapter 5
	Chapter 6
	Chapter 7
	Chapter 8
	Chapter 9
	Chapter 10
	Chapter 11
	Chapter 12
	Chapter 13
	Chapter 14
	Chapter 15
	Chapter 16
Part Two - The Campaign
	Chapter 17
	Chapter 18
	Chapter 19
	Chapter 20
	Chapter 21
	Chapter 22
	Chapter 23
	Chapter 24
	Chapter 25
	Chapter 26
	Chapter 27
	Chapter 28
	Chapter 29
	Chapter 30
	Chapter 31
	Chapter 32
Part Three - The Opinion
	Chapter 33
	Chapter 34
	Chapter 35
	Chapter 36
	Chapter 37
	Chapter 38
	Chapter 39
Other Books By This Author
About the Author
Author’s Note
Copyright
                        
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Page 173

It’s been there for years.”
“But I had a legitimate opponent,” McElwayne added. “This guy is a

nut.”
“Nuts get elected.”

__________

wenty minutes later, Tony Zachary watched the show in his locked
office, four blocks away. Marlin had captured it all on video, and was
more than pleased to see it again.
“We’ve created a monster,” Tony said, laughing.
“He’s good.”
“Maybe too good.”
“Anybody else you want in the race?”
“No, I think the ballot is complete at this point. Nice work.”
Marlin left, and Tony punched the number for Ron Fisk. Not

surprisingly, the busy lawyer answered after the first ring. “I’m afraid it’s
true,” Tony said gravely, then recounted the announcement and the
arrest.
“The guy must be crazy,” Ron said.
“Definitely. My first impression is that this is not all bad. In fact, it

could help us. This clown will generate a lot of coverage, and he seems
perfectly willing to take a hatchet to McCarthy.”
“Why do I have a knot in my stomach?”
“Politics is a rough game, Ron, something you’re about to learn. I’m

not worried, not right now. We stick to our game plan, nothing
changes.”
“It seems to me that a crowded field only helps the incumbent,” Ron

observed. And he was right, as a general rule.
“Not necessarily. There’s no reason to panic. Besides, we can’t do

anything about others who jump in. Stay focused. Let’s sleep on it and
talk tomorrow.”

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