Electing for election

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  • Published 20040907
  • ISBN: 9780733314537
  • Extent: 268 pp
  • Paperback (234 x 153mm)

ON FOOT, TRUDGING through the early January snow, freezing in minus-10-degree misery and trying to negotiate my way across the winding traffic lanes of Dupont Circle in Washington DC, I’m accosted by a man distributing leaflets. He’s wearing a giant, brown squirrel suit.

“You know you can vote for me in tomorrow’s election,” he cheerfully explains.

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