September 21 , 2010



Despite the heavy rain, the presiding officer at Polling Station 14 finds it odd that by midday on National Election day, only a handful of voters have turned out.

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Reporter Collyn Haxton has no problem throwing hardball questions at city officials, but when it comes to flirting with her new office crush, she’s at a loss for words. It’s like playing with Kryptonite.

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