Antonio Soave is now running for Congress — and, until this week, he was working for a charity started by a businessman who received $324,000 in state money.
Antonio Soave is now running for Congress — and, until this week, he was working for a charity started by a businessman who received $324,000 in state money. File
Antonio Soave is now running for Congress — and, until this week, he was working for a charity started by a businessman who received $324,000 in state money. File

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