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Knock, Knock. Who's There? Democrat Ed Oakley, That's Who, Damn It.

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Michael Davis over at Dallas Progress has made no secret who he's voting for next weekend: Tom Leppert -- or, as Schutze now calls him, "The Leppert of Two Evils."

So it's no surprise that Michael takes offense at the way Ed Oakley keeps turning an allegedly nonpartisan race into a Dem vs. Them contest with these door hangers Oakley's campaign has been putting on folks' knobs in recent days.

After the jump, you can read them up close and personal, as Mr. Davis was kind enough to shoot 'em our way (and yours too, probably). Hell, at least this mayoral race isn't as dull as it was, like, a week ago.

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