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Topic - Cheryl Hickox
In a town known for partisan bickering and political infighting, the Washington Redskins long have been one of the few things that could unify forces as powerfully opposed as Republicans and Democrats.
Cheryl Hickox, 48, of Annapolis, said she acquired two season tickets in 1997 and that she hasn't given a thought to giving up her seats.
"The past three years have been so upsetting, but you do not give those tickets up," she said, referring to three consecutive years in which the team finished last in the NFC East.