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Ad is deceptive, Burns campaign says

...to win back a House seat this year. In what's become a ritual for both candidates' camps, Tim Baker, Mr. Burns' campaign manager, lashed out at the ad. "Running deceptive ads about Max Burns is bad enough," Mr. Baker said, "but...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/10/07/met_430614.shtml
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Barrow leads in money

...Sylvania. Mr. Burns reported outspending Mr. Barrow by more than $20,000 during the period. Tim Baker, Mr. Burns' campaign manager, said Mr. Bush's Sept. 18 appearance in Pooler grossed $385,000. But expenses - including a $40...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/10/18/met_100948.shtml
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Burns makes 'Dirty Dozen'

...toxic materials; climate change; and drilling for oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Tim Baker, Mr. Burns' campaign manager, professed not to be concerned. "They're just a partisan group that puts out scorecards on vulnerable...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/09/17/met_428774.shtml
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Bush to speak at Burns fundraiser

...White House) would not do it if ... (Burns) was out of the picture, but he's closing in." Tim Baker, Mr. Burns' campaign manager, referred inquiries to the White House. "Obviously though," he added, "Max Burns would be delighted...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/08/25/met_93865.shtml
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Beware of seniors in planning cuts

...response on the page. "He's trying to put their words in my mouth," Mr. Barrow complained. Tim Baker, Mr. Burns' campaign manager, said it was fair to attribute them to Mr. Barrow because he had checked a box in the questionnaire that...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/10/22/cit_101475.shtml
City Ink | Deke Copenhaver
Candidates step up 12th District campaigns

...would make you believe he's a moderate, instead of the radical liberal he really is," said Tim Baker, Mr. Burns' campaign manager. Mr. Levit cites the debates Mr. Barrow has accepted. "We are happy to participate," he said. "We...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/09/15/met_428576.shtml
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