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Candidates gather at TEA Party forum

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Candidates speak at a forum held Monday by the North Central Louisiana TEA Party. The event was held at Christ Community Church in Ruston. From left: Anthony Gentile, Nick J. Accardo, William McShan and Cary J. Deaton (holding the microphone).

Some of the political candidates who appeared at a meeting of the North Central Louisiana TEA Party Monday agreed with one another on all of their important issues.

Those issues included limiting the size of the federal government, reducing taxes and expanding the role of the Constitution in modern society.

This is despite the fact that most of them are running against one another for the U.S. Senate seat currently occupied by Republican David Vitter.

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