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Greenville Democratic Party Hosts Debate Watching Party
October 12, 2004

The Greenville Democratic Party is hosting a debate watching party tonight at Sports City Grill (648 S. Main Street, Greenville).  The event will begin at 6:30. Greenville Democrats will gather to watch Inez Tenenbaum debate Jim DeMint which is set to air at 7:00.  Light appetizers will be available.  We hope to see Inez after the debate.
"Tonight's debate comes at a very critical point in this race.  Polls show a tight race, which is confirmed by the recent influx of negative advertising paid for by the Republican Senatorial Campaign Committee," said Andy Arnold, local Democratic Party Chair.  "Undecided voters will be tuning in to hear DeMint try to explain his 23% federal sales tax plan."
At last week's debate with Democrat Brandon Brown, Bob Inglis distanced himself from the 23% federal sales tax.  "Inglis is just another in a long-list of Republicans to admit that DeMint's 23% federal sales tax is a bad idea," said Arnold.  "About the only person who has yet to admit that a 23% federal sales tax is bad for South Carolina is Jim DeMint."

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