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November 1, 2013

In Legislature's Third District, Grozio wants Copelin to explain mailer containing false information


Niagara Gazette — “I knew nothing about it ahead of time,” she said. “I have not seen it. The mailer is not from me.”

When asked if what she thought of an anonymous source distributed a mailer of that nature on behalf of her campaign, Copelin said that while she appreciates support, she prefers to focus on running a clean and positive campaign. 

“I can run on my own merit,” she said. 

Grozio said he is also trying to run on his own merits and hopes the candidates will be able to focus on the issues facing Niagara Falls and Niagara County from here on out. 

“I’ve run a clean campaign and I’ve stuck to the issues,” Grozio said. 

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