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KALB: Babs Zimmerman's "Spread the Rumor" (I just found this on the Video Blog section. It was published a week ago). An excerpt: "Our phone will be ringing off starting tomorrow with people who awakened with a sinking feeling and have decided against running for office, at least this year. And, then there will be people who are spreading rumors. So, herewith, is a list of rumors that have already started or will soon be here:

1) Spread the rumor that a candidate is dropping out. 2) Spread the rumor that you have had a consultant look at a race, and the gender or racial make-up of the electorate just won’t permit certain people to be elected. 3) Spread the rumor that only paid “volunteers” are working for a certain candidate....implying of course, that he/she cannot compel real people to work for him/her. 4) Spread the rumor that a candidate was paid to get into the race as a spoiler. 5) Spread the rumor that a candidate owes money all over town--or, better yet, all over the state. 6) Spread the rumor that an influential group of people have gone to a candidate begging him/her to leave a race. 7) Spread the rumor that a candidate’s real motive in running for office is to get his/her name known for a race for something else at a later time. 8) Spread the rumor that you have heard a candidate’s spouse is unhappy about the campaign. 9) Spread the rumor that a candidate has no money, never had any money and never will have any money. 10) Spread the rumor that the candidate is spreading rumors about each candidate."