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Washington, IA - December, 29:?A look at a small towns' economic health on December, 29, 2011 in Washington, IA. ?(Photo by Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post)
Residents of Washington, Iowa, have spent months hearing Republican presidential candidates talk about problems they largely don’t have.
(Alexandra Garcia / The Post)
Common ground is sparse as they pick a mayor in the bitterly divided Georgia hamlet of Washington. It’s not unlike another place with the same name.
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In Washington, a town of 4,000 in rural Georgia, the 2011 campaign for mayor became a contest rife with tension.
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