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October 27, 2015


Seems pretty cut and dried to me Brian. The Create Jobs PAC (affiliated with the Salem Area Chamber of Commerce) that is Chaired by T. J. Sullivan needs to give the money back to Salem Health right away to put this matter to rest. If they do not, they risk spending Salem Health's co-mingled money on candidates. I would expect them to begin spending on next May's local elections not long after this November 3rd election. If I were Norm Gruber, the CEO of Salem Health, I would have asked for my money back by now.

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