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Tuesday, November 6, 2012

A gracious winner at the Republican victory party

Posted By on Tue, Nov 6, 2012 at 10:58 PM

GOOD SPORT: Lt. Gov. Mark Darr
  • GOOD SPORT: Lt. Gov. Mark Darr

GOOD SPORT: Lt. Gov. Mark Darr
  • GOOD SPORT: Lt. Gov. Mark Darr
Cheree Franco files a quote from Lt. Gov. Mark Darr:

"We had bad news from Washington ...but Democrats have had a very bad night and I promise they're going to have a horrible four years."

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