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Former Senator John Kerry to visit Mason City in support of Joe Biden

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MASON CITY – Former Senator John Kerry will visit Mason City on Thursday, January 9.

The “community event” will be held in the Biden for President Field Office, located at 105 S Delaware Avenue in Mason City.

Doors open at 5:15 PM, according to Democrats.

Former Secretary of State and Massachusetts Senator John Kerry, who was the Democratic nominee in the 2004 presidential election, in December endorsed Joe Biden for president in the 2020 race. Kerry said Biden has the character and leadership skills to defeat President Donald Trump in the November 2020 election.

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Hey Mayor a year ago you said that the River City Renaissance project was going to provide 100 full time jobs that were going range in pay from 30k to 80k when the project was completed. In the comments section of that article I asked you what any of those jobs would be and where can I apply. Now that the completion date has past I ask you again what are the 100 jobs that you promised from this project ? Where can the people of Mason City apply?

Didn’t he lie about his time in the Vietnam war?

Yes, he did!

No, he didn’t. Besides, he served in Viet Nam. That is a lot more than you did.

You don’t know me

That one is always letting his mouth overload his ass. He never served but likes to play he did.

Throw the P.O.S. in jail where he belongs. He is a traitor to our country. Just one more reason not to vote for Biden.

This would be a great moment to arrest him in violation of the Logan Act because no one is above the law….right

Agreed, he has fueled the fire in the middle east and acted illegally by doing so. He needs to be tried and convicted and put away.

No proof. Just more arm chair legal and Constitutional law experts.


More proof than they started the Trump witch hunt with.

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