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Editorial cartoon for Oct. 26, 2022

An editorial cartoon by Dave Granlund.

Editorial cartoon for Oct. 26, 2022.
Cartoonist John Darkow draws on the fall of campaign ads.<br/>
Dave Granlund
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From the editorial: (Business) know that society has become more inclusive and tolerant in recent years. That’s what puts such a bitter taste in Tucker Carlson’s mouth.
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From the commentary: By passing bipartisan laws and enforcing strong ethics, our elected leaders can once again demonstrate that they are working for the people and promoting the common good.
From the editorial: If McCarthy and other House leaders aren’t willing to endorse an increase, Biden must appeal to responsible Republicans in the House.

Dave Granlund is a Minnesota-based editorial cartoonist.

Granlund's cartoons have appeared in the West Central Tribune, New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Christian Science Monitor and Newsweek.

His cartoons are syndicated by Cagle Cartoons, Inc.
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