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Hoeber’s Resources Don’t Include Spellcheck

Amie Hoeber’s campaign claims to be well resourced, which if you asked her last week would tell that she thinks that she’s a more serious candidate for Congress than Dan Bongino.

Apparently, those resources do not extend to spellcheck.

Hoeber’s campaign launched a survey on her website that including an embarrassing spelling error:


I have to assume that she is not asking voters a question about a Swedish lake by using its Lithuanian name.

Look I get it. We all make typos. But Hoeber’s campaign is supposed to be so well resourced that it’s a serious campaign! At least that’s what she told the Cumberland Times-News last week. But serious campaigns with serious resources pay serious people to make sure that the word “Veterans” is spelled correctly on a website. This is Charles Lollar level stuff.

As I said last week, it’s becoming very apparent that the Hoeber campaign is the gang that can’t shoot straight and that her attempts to be the Donald Trump of the 6th Congressional District by buying herself the Republican nomination will be for naught if she keeps making the same mistakes that campaigns with no resources do.

UPDATE: As of 9 am, the campaign corrected the error. You’re welcome.

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