Rhythm & News interview with Debra Entenman, a Black woman who is running for State Representative in the 47th Legislative District, and Kent City Councilmember Brenda Fincher, who is also Black, about a deceptive campaign flyer that was sent to voters in Kent urging them to write-in Fincher's name on their ballot instead of voting for Entenman. Fincher had no knowledge of the flyer and is not campaigning against Entenman. In fact, Fincher is a supporter of Entenman and does not even live in the district.
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