What a Difference Two Years (and One Supreme Court Opinion) Make
by Steven Geoffrey Gieseler
I'm not sure how many states held elections for lieutenant governor in 2004, and knowing the ins-and-outs of those races that were held is beyond my ability and interest. That said, I'm still willing to bet not a one involved a candidate claiming his opponent lied about his voting history on eminent domain reform.
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