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Mon, Dec. 05 2011 02:44 PM EDT

Does the Public Have a Right to Know About a Candidate's Personal Life?

By Paul Stanley
Herman Cain may be the latest fatality on the national political scene after announcing he would suspend his presidential campaign on Saturday. Yet the question remains – how much does the public have a right to know about a candidate’s personal and family life and how should voters weigh this information when deciding whom to vote for? (A link to this page will be included in your message. )

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