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Topic - Gary Byler
As if that weren't enough, "there's a very hot slate of City Council races that will be elected on the same day," said Mr. Byler, the district Republican Party chairman. "It's cutting into our volunteer base."
"At the end of the day, TV ads don't vote, and it will be the people we've identified through those groups that do," he said.