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41st District: A Bye

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The Working Together Works for the 41st District Slate, the campaign committee supporting the re-election of the district’s four incumbent state legislators, had $3,333.97 on hand as of January, when the latest available campaign finance reports were due. That’s not much, but not much is needed. The district’s senator, Lisa Gladden, faces no opposition, and its delegates, Jill Carter, Nathaniel Oaks, and Sandy Rosenberg, face one Republican challenger, Mark Ehrlichmann, in the general election. Still, the combined total in their individual committees amounts to about $156,000—a substantial sum, which can be spent supporting other candidates this season and fending off Ehrlichmann, a Lutheran pastor who works with deaf inmates as they are released from prison. The last Republican candidate for 41st District delegate, Tony Asa in 2006, received 5,166 votes in the general election, about a quarter of the amount each incumbent Democrat got.

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