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Snyder to lose 'stache...

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If Sen. Joyce Elliott can collect $50,000 from donors by 6:30 p.m. on Sunday. That's a big "if." You might remember that Comedy Central host Stetphen Colbert asked Rep. Snyder to shave his mustache in a 2007 interview on "The Colbert Report." (It's around the 4:15 mark in the video). "May I shave your mustache?," Colbert asks. "I'm part of an organization that sells bits of Congressional mustaches to raise money for diseases that little children have." Snyder declined.

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