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Senate majority leader practices politics of personal destruction
Topic - Michael Cain
Nearly every day, Twin Lakes Community Wellness Director Michael Cain watches 99-year-old William "Bill" Stanford run past his office.
With the primary election three months away, the Democratic candidates in the 6th District congressional race have been raising and spending big bucks, proving just how competitive the Republican-held district has become after redistricting.
"He'll run the long distances (on the walking track) near the pool and then walk the short edges," Cain said.
"I can't say just how inspirational he is to me, the staff and other residents," Cain said.