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GOP Senate hopeful accused of plagiarism on campaign website

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Posted: Thursday, April 17, 2014 9:00 pm

If you look at Republican U.S. Senate candidate David Clements’ website, you’ll see some striking similarities with information posted on the website of Michigan Congressman Justin Amash.

A story in the politics section of BuzzFeed, a national website, says the Las Cruces lawyer “appears to have plagiarized” Amash’s site. And the campaign of Allen Weh, Clements’ opponent in the June GOP primary, charges that Clements “directly copied and pasted” Amash’s words.

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