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N.H. “Concord Monitor” Has Good Article About Richard Leonard, N.H. Senate District 6.

Anura Guruge, June 8, 2013.
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Anura Guruge


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Click to access “Concord Moniotr” article. In case you don’t know HIM, Richard Leonard is the debonair, good looking one on the RIGHT (though he is, fortunately, NOT to the right).


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N.H. Senate District 6: Richard Leonard’s Opponent Sam Cataldo’s Degree In Nuclear Engineering From A Diploma Mill?

Anura Guruge, June 8, 2013.
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Anura Guruge


Related Posts:
>> Richard Leonard v Sam Cataldo TV debate.
>> Latest Richard Leonard article.
>> Richard Leonard signs in our yard.
>> Richard Leonard & Mike Cryans together.
>> Support for Mike Cryans.

>> Richard Leonard likely to win.


This appeared in the comment section of “Foster’s Daily Democrat“.
Click here to access the original.
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Click to ENLARGE and read … right here.


The Strafford County NH Democrats (SCDC) were, of course, all over it.

I gather that the “Laconia Daily Sun” is trying, as we speak,
to get hold of Sam Cataldo to get a comment on this.

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Click to access original Tweet and with that SCDC at Twitter.


An e-mail that includes this is doing the rounds, as I write:
“Mr. Cataldo got his degree in Nuclear Engineering for LaSalle University Louisiana, and then worked at Vermont Yankee and Pilgrim nuclear power plants. Wikipedia among others lists LaSalle U La as a diploma mill shut down by the feds where such a degree could be purchased for $5K, no work required.”

The implication: That he probably should NOT have been hired by the Vermont Yankee and Pilgrim nuclear power plants. Will somebody investigate? Reminds me of Homer in the Simpsons!


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