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Illinois GOP targets Holocaust denier with ‘Say No To The Nazi’ ads

Still reeling from a national embarrassment two years ago, the Illinois Republican Party is launching
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Still reeling from a national embarrassment two years ago, the Illinois Republican Party is launching a late primary five-figure ad blitz against Holocaust denier Arthur Jones in the Southwest Side and suburban 3rd Congressional District, targeting the avowed anti-Semite with robocalls, mailers, digital ads and face-to-face warnings to voters. Reporter Tina Sfondeles has the story…

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