Rep. Hunter makes use of child labor

October 2007
Hill;10/2/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 114, p26
The article provides information on the effort of Duncan Hunter, grandson of U.S. presidential candidate Duncan Hunter, to assure a vote for his grandfather in the coming 2008 election. During the Republican presidential debate the older Hunter recapitulated how his grandson persuaded his first grade teacher to vote for him. His six year-old grandson introduced his name for his teacher and asked them to support his grandfather.


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