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Christine O'Donnell

Aug 31, 2011 — Meanwhile, Sarah Palin has plans to be in Iowa and New Hampshire over Labor Day weekend.
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Aug 18, 2011 — She thought he was being rude by asking about issues she writes about in her new book. He said he was being "charming and respectful."
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Dec 30, 2010 — There was "no impermissible use of campaign funds whatsoever," the Tea Party/Republican candidate for Senate said this morning, as she responded to allegations about improper use of campaign money for personal expenses.
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Dec 29, 2010 — The Associated Press and Wilmington's News Journal say authorities are looking at whether the Tea Party Republican spent some of the money given to her Senate campaign for personal expenses. She says she has nothing to hide.
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Dec 13, 2010 — A Yale librarian who tracks such things says "I'm not a witch" and "I'd like my life back" tied for 2010's best quotes. Which would you pick? Or is there another that was "better?"
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Nov 2, 2010 — Coons' victory over O'Donnell was expected and a vindication for the GOP establishment which warned that she was a weak candidate and rued the loss of a Senate seat the party could have picked up.
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Oct 29, 2010 — The GOP Senate nominee is now 10 points behind the Democrat, cutting his lead in half in two weeks. The poll was conducted before the controversial Gawker which has created something of a sympathy backlash for her.
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Oct 19, 2010 — Christine O'Donnell appeared not to know that the First Amendment requires the separation of church and state. She revealed this lack of knowledge at a debate with rival Chris Coons at before an audience of law professors and students.
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Oct 13, 2010 — Christine O'Donnell appeared comfortable on TV; her rival Chris Coons more in command of facts.
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Oct 5, 2010 — Christine O'Donnelly, the GOP nominee for a Senate seat from Delaware, opens herself to fresh ridicule with her new ad in which her opening lines are "I am not a witch."
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