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Indy candidate coming to town

By Charles Ashby

Tisha Casida, an independent candidate for the 3rd Congressional District, is coming to Grand Junction this weekend to talk to business folk and anyone else who wants to meet her.

Exactly where the Pueblo resident and conservative congressional hopeful will be isn't yet know because the campaign hasn't yet said.

Though Casida shares the same hometown with Democratic candidate Sal Pace, she's spent most of her time criticizing Republican U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, saying he's just not conservative enough for her taste.

On her website, www.casida2012.com, she constantly goes after the freshman lawmaker, saying he's not accessible and not tuned in to the district's needs.

She posted the following photos on her web page during a recent tour of Tipton's hometown, Cortez:

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