Ma. Sheriff Runs Pre-Election “Public Service” Ads

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Two weeks before a tough election, Suffolk County, Ma., Sheriff Andrea Cabral has launched a public-service media campaign paid for with taxpayers’ money, reports the Boston Globe. Cabral said the advertising campaign — with 100 signs on subway trains, ads in a dozen newspapers, and 1,800 cable TV spots — is aimed at discouraging crime
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