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Senate hopeful Barnes removes 2 law enforcement endorsements

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Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Mandela Barnes' campaign has removed the names of two law enforcement officers from a list of endorsements. One of them was John Siegel, who was listed as a police captain for the city of La Crosse but who actually works for the La Crose County Sheriff's Office. The Barnes campaign also removed the name of Racine County Deputy Sheriff Malik Frazier.
Published 5 months ago

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Senate hopeful Barnes removes second law enforcement endorsement - Channel3000.com

Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Mandela Barnes’ campaign has removed the names of two law enforcement officers from the list of endorsements, including one who did not, in fact, back Barnes.

5 months ago·United States
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Senate hopeful Barnes removes 2 law enforcement endorsements

One of them, a police captain for the city of La Crosse, did not back Barnes.

5 months ago·United States
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Senate hopeful Barnes removes 2 law enforcement endorsements

Barnes is running against Republican U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson in a contest that polls show is about even.

5 months ago·Madison, United States
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Mandela Barnes scrubs two law enforcement endorsements from website, blaming one on 'clerical error'

Mandela Barnes' U.S. Senate campaign has taken the names of two law enforcement officers off a police endorsement list after apparent errors.

5 months ago·Milwaukee, United States
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Barnes: Clerical error to blame for 2 mistaken endorsements

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Mandela Barnes' campaign is blaming a “clerical error” for listing a La Crosse County Sheriff's Department

5 months ago
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Democratic Senate candidate Mandela Barnes' campaign blames clerical error for mistaken endorsement

Mandela Barnes, a Democratic U.S. Senate candidate, and his campaign party are blaming a clerical error for a mistaken endorsement from a law enforcement officer.

5 months ago·New York, United States
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