Talk:Paul Hodes

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The editing on this page sounds like it the work of a campaign staffer. There is no cite sourced for the reason WHY he got 38% and who cares, that is a fact, which is sited. This page now sounds biased

His birth date is given as both 1951 and 1954 on the main page, since he got his BA in 1972 I am changing the 1954.

Future Political Career[edit]

There is currently a grass-roots push to urge the Congressman to try to un-seat Senator Gregg, in 2010. If I can find out more information on this, is this something that would be appropriate, for his Wiki Page? 71.233.230.223 (talk) 06:53, 22 January 2009 (UTC)