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Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Breaking: Wiedenhoeft Beats Price By Double Digits When Voters Know About Her Controversial Votes













Breaking: Wiedenhoeft Beats Price By Double Digits When Voters Know About Her Controversial Votes

In a poll of likely primary voters commissioned by Hewitt and Associates, State Rep. Amanda Price trails her challenger Matt Wiedenhoeft when voters know about her controversial voting 
record.

Price, who voted for Medicaid Expansion, a minimum wage increase, the Detroit Pension Compromise, and supports "Common Core Standards," trails Wiedenhoeft by 23%, 55% to 32% after voters are informed Price backs those issues.

"The poll verifies what I have been hearing daily from citizens across the district," Wiedenhoeft said. "They have been surprised by Amanda Price's votes and I have felt blessed and honored that they have been open and receptive to my candidacy."

Amanda Price refuses to answer any questions from West Michigan Politics, and recently refused to debate Wiedenhoeft at the Ottawa County Patriots debate on July 22nd. She will allegedly attend a League of Women Voters debate, but one is still not scheduled...






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