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Tuesday's DN: When the Mitt Romney t-shirt hits the fan

Samantha Pawlucy, the Charles Carroll High School student ridiculed by her geometry teacher for wearing a t-shirt supporting Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, returns to school with plenty of support. Ronnie Polaneczky says the teacher should apologize and mean it. Christine Flowers says she's not a fan of anti-bullying "hysteria" but sees the problem here.

Tuesday's DN: When the Mitt Romney t-shirt hits the fan

Samantha Pawlucy, the Charles Carroll High School student ridiculed by her geometry teacher for wearing a t-shirt supporting Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, returns to school with plenty of support.  Ronnie Polaneczky says the teacher should apologize and mean it.  Christine Flowers says she's not a fan of anti-bullying "hysteria" but sees the problem here.

Latrice Bryant, legislative aide to City Councilman W. Wilson Goode Jr., has a knack for drawing attention with outlandish behavior and then shrinking from the spotlight.  She's at it again after posting on Facebook details of what she said was a Germantown nightclub brawl.

Did a Republican attack ad in the 8th Congressional District just back-fire, drawing more attention and support to the Democratic candidate's campaign by trying to link her to cop-killer Mumia Abu-Jamal?

Today is the DEADLINE TO REGISTER TO VOTE in the Nov. 6 general election.  So sign up if you are not already registered.

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