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——————– Boog City 75: The 2012 Election Issue featuring:
Contributing Editor Chris Casamassima asked the following question to a host of people around the country: “In about 250-300 words, tell us about your choice of (or whether or not you’ll vote for) president this fall, why you will/won’t choose them and if/how their policies reflect your community’s concerns.” Here’s who responded. (Replies are ordered by state and city).
Lafayette, Colo., j/j hastain * Bowling Green, Ky., Brent Fisk
Lafayette, La., Marthe Reed * Baltimore, Tree Turtle
Lockport, N.Y., Jared Schickling * North Babylon, N.Y., Ian Wilder
North Babylon, N.Y., Kimberly Wilder * Cleveland Marcus Bales
Cleveland, Joshua Ware * Austin, Texas, Daniel Carter
Alexandria, Va., Magus Magnus * Fairmont, W.V., Donna Long
—”Elections are quite weary, aren’t they? Tiring, especially if you’re a third-party candidate who got arrested and held for eight hours trying to get into a presidential debate—contrasted with the other two, who have to schmooze CEOs and small business leaders.” From “Gimme an Off-Shore Account: Tales from the 2012 Election,” by Christina Strong
And Washington, D.C.’s Katie Bohinc from our Poetry section, edited by Buck Downs, with Utopia.
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