Besides Doolittle, Brown takes aim at whole Republican primary field

Youngman, Sam
September 2007
Hill;9/11/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 103, p22
The article reports that Democrat Charlie Brown has broadened his list of targets to include the three Republicans who are also looking to unseat Representative John Doolittle in the U.S. According to Brown, he was not specifically targeting Doolittle when he said that his first duty is to the country. Julie Shutley, a spokeswoman for the National Republican Campaign Committee, the committee believes the eventual winner of the GOP primary will win the general election in 2008.


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