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Deschutes County Dems Pull Support for Boddie 

Executive Committee met with potential candidates if Boddie pulls out of HD 54 race

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On July 22, during the Deschutes County Democrats Central Committee Meeting, the committee voted to affirm the Executive Committee's decision to withdraw support for Nathan Boddie in the House District 54 race and called on Boddie to withdraw his candidacy.

If Boddie decides to stay in the race, state and county bylaws prevent the Deschutes Democrats from endorsing a third-party or write-in candidate, according to a release from the Deschutes Democrats.

The committee also passed two resolutions, which you can read below:
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