Hunter Gets Another GOP Challenger

The district backed President Trump by 15 points in 2016.

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Danielle Bernstein
Oct. 10, 2017, 10:35 a.m.

Interpreters Unlimited CEO Shamroze “Shamus” Sayed (R) “announced Friday that he’s joining the growing list of people hoping to unseat the five-term Republican” incumbent Rep. Duncan Hunter, “who’s facing ongoing investigations into whether he misused campaign funds for personal expenses.” Sayed “lives in San Diego, outside the district,” and “said his priorities would be cutting taxes on small business and cutting regulations.” (San Diego Union-Tribune)


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