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August 10, 2012 12:00 AM

Eagle editorial: Election was a mixed bag

Tuesday’s 20.4 percent turnout in Sedgwick County invested the few GOP primary voters who showed up with the power to make some crucial decisions on behalf of the no-shows. Voters made some good choices, but also a few baffling and regrettable ones.

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