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  • While the three Republican candidates for the 9th Congressional District - incumbent U.S. Rep. Bill Shuster, Art Halvorson and Travis Schooley - seemed to agree on many cornerstone GOP platform issues, they openly argued when it came to the party's record and Shuster's 13 years in Congress.

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  • "I'm proud of the record I've established as a proven conservative," Shuster said in his opening statement. "Actions speak louder than words."

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