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Tillis attending a Rove event last -- as the war of the trackers continues

In the boring footage face off, the Democrats show Senate candidate and House Speaker Thom Tillis at the House of Sweden at a DC event sponsored by Karl Rove, the former top advisor to President George W. Bush.
I guess it just goes to show that both sides have trackers with time on their hands.


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