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Topic - Jerry Mcnerney
However, Mr. McNerney, who won his congressional seat largely on a platform of promising to end political corruption in Washington, has said he will accept money from the PAC despite his letter calling for Mr. Oldaker's ouster.
"The letter was sent specifically to the Democratic Freshmen PAC about Mr. Oldaker," he said. "I'm pleased that Mr. Oldaker has stepped down, and that resolves the issue for me."