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Schmuck uses Army Reserve accusations to defeat incumbent Dial in LD18 (access required)

Republican Frank Schmuck upset incumbent Sen. Jeff Dial in the Legislative District 18 Senate primary, capitalizing on a campaign mounted almost exclusively on Dial’s questionable status as an Army veteran.

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