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Barbour: We can do better'

By By Buddy Bynum / editor
August 10, 2003
Last Tuesday, Mississippi voters nominated Democratic incumbent Gov. Ronnie Musgrove and Republican challenger Haley Barbour to lead their political parties into the Nov. 4 general election.
On election night, when most of the votes were counted, Musgrove held a private dinner with a small group of supporters that was closed to the media. Barbour held a public gathering to celebrate his GOP primary victory and thank his supporters.
What Barbour said is worth repeating today and here is the text of his remarks:
In a political climate where too many politicians think they can build themselves up by tearing their opponent down, it was good to see Barbour taking the high road.

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