Well Done, Good And Faithful Servant. Thank You For The Example.

Earl Tony Ledbetter

MARCH 11, 1947  FEBRUARY 13, 2019




Ron Rice

February 19, 2019

To the Ledbetter family -Sincere condolences to the Ledbetter family for our loss of Tony Ledbetter. A great and dedicated man and as us a great friend to our Donald. He left us a little to soon.

Love from Ron & Sterling Rice


Charlene Nix

February 18, 2019

Dear Mrs. T and family, Please accept my heartfelt sympathies on the loss of Tony. May God bless your family and comfort each of the friends of this political giant in Volusia county. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers, and may God's peace be with you.


Tom Wright

February 16, 2019

To Toni and family, our thoughts and prayers are with you. Tony was an amazing man, he will be missed. I experienced first hand his dedication to our Republican Party. His advise and guidance were always positive and valued. Go forth and make a place for us to meet again, my friend.


Aileen Milton

February 16, 2019

Thank you Tony and family for all your service and commitment to the conservative movement and support for helping our Pres DJ Trump win Florida and the White House. Thank you for your help and all the Volunteers you rounded up for the First Tea Party Convention Nov 2011 in Daytona Beach at the Ocean Center and your continued support for The Villages Tea Party.


Anne-Marie Shaffer

February 16, 2019

Tony gave 1000% to promote Conservatism. He was the greatest ally one could ever have. He is responsible for the enormous success that I saw as Flagler REC Chairwoman and the Flagler Trump County Chair. Tony was tireless and his efforts paved the way for the astounding victories we've seen since 2012. He always had my back and fought relentlessly against those who sought to undermine Conservative efforts. 

My condolences to Toni and the family. Tony meant so much to so many. I'm deeply saddened by his loss. I can't even imagine this world without him. But I'm grateful for the years I was blessed by knowing him and working with him.


G. G. Galloway

February 14, 2019

A true competitor who was ALL IN, who believed strongly on keeping us all on the right course , but most of all someone I considered a true friend . There were times you may have had difference of opinions but regardless what it was you always left respecting each other’s point of view. We always would share our Blue Bell Ice cream stories . You had a good Run Tony , we just didn’t have you long enough. But the good lord needs a good republican in heaven to get things straighten out . He hand picked the best . Until we all meet again , thanks for your friendship and guidance during the campaign.


Rebecca Buchanan

February 14, 2019

My sincere condolences to the family. Tony gave so much energy and talent to the Volusia County Republicans. He will be greatly missed.


Ray & Bettie Sanchez

February 14, 2019

Tony, we are so grateful to have had you in our lives. There is no other we know who worked so hard for the cause of Liberty. You were a great help to us throughout our Volusia 912 grassroots campaigns and your legacy will live on. You have touched so many lives which changed the political landscape for the better. You have left a legacy that will carry on to those of us here and for generations to come. You will be missed. We love you my friend. Our heartfelt thoughts and prayers go out to all your family, your wonderful wife Mrs. T and all your friends. Godspeed and God Bless.

In Liberty


Mary Ann Russell

February 14, 2019

Toni & family - my heart felt condolences to you. There are no words that can ease your pain during this difficult time; just know there are many thinking and praying for you. 

I will miss seeing Tony at the RPOF meetings. He always had a smile on his face and a kind word to say to me whenever I saw him. He has left a large void in the Republican Party of Volusia County and I know his fellow Republicans will miss him very much. 


Joseph & Maureen KUBASKY

February 14, 2019

Tony was a wonderful person and great friend to Flagler County. Joseph was a past treasurer of the Flagler REC, one of the founders of the Flagler Country TEA Party, one of the founders and currently a board member of the Flagler Trump Club and chaired the first Trump Day Dinner in Florida for the Flagler Trump Club(Tony acted as our MC for the dinner). Tony will be sorely missed in Flagler County conservative circles. He helped start and continued to support the above organizations in Flagler County. May he rest in Peace.


Kate Svagdis

February 13, 2019

Tony and I could fight like cats and dogs but when it came to him calling me to do something or me calling him for campaign supplies, we were there for each other. I loved the Trump campaign adventure! I know Tony got GovRonDeSantis elected! God rest his soul


Jennifer Eady

February 13, 2019

My sincerest condolences to the family of Tony. What a huge loss to all of us. Tony was such a wonderful President Trump Supporter and an outspoken Patriot. He will be missed terribly. Rest easy my friend.


Chris Calabucci

February 13, 2019

My deepest condolences. Tony was a tireless champion of the Republican Party and the conservative movement. He is directly responsible for transforming Volusia County into a reliably red stronghold. He was one of the few party leaders across the nation that was with President Trump from day one. His leadership will be greatly missed. Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon him. May his soul and all the souls of the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. 


Rocky Stacy

February 13, 2019

Tony was a stalwart conservative Republican. He placed country and family above all. He will be sorely missed in all the lives he touched. RIP Tony. 🔥🇺🇸🔥


Ann & Len Ceckowski

February 13, 2019

Tony was a true patriot and a true leader that made such a huge difference in all those who knew him. Volusia912, the tea party, friends and especially the Republican party will greatly miss all his contributions throughout the years.

RIP Tony and sincere condelences to Mrs. Toni and the entire family


Tom Gaitens

February 13, 2019


You good and faithful servant! You were a leader, a friend and great patriot, I am proud to have worked along side you and appreciate everything you accomplished on behalf of our movement (Tea Party), our Party (GOP) and our Lord! 

Heaven is building a great Army, calling home some amazing Patriots, it seems to me, Our Lord is assembling a great team--Heaven 912 or Tea Party Heaven readying to battle Satan again! 

It is natural he would direct the services of YOU, my brother, in the days ahead, to defeat those enemies of Freedom, since you served him so admirably here! 

You are 100% again, healed and ready for battle...onward Christian Soldier! 

In Liberty

Celebration of Life

February 23, 2019 at 2pm - 5pm
Volusia Memorial Chapel
4815 Clyde Morris Blvd
Port Orange, FL 32129
United States




Tony did not wave or smile when his President made eye contact .. he stood at attention.

Tony Ledbetter had seen more than his share of Republican candidates since he first campaigned here for Bob Dole in 1996. But from the moment he saw Donald Trump come down that escalator, everything was different.

Tony sensed instinctively that presidential politics would never be quite the same. He got on the Trump train early and never looked back. I could see early on that Trump and Ledbetter were kindred spirits.

They shared a dogged determination to win. Neither man was bound by political correctness. Both had take-charge personalities with a special acumen for recruiting and organizing talented people with diverse talents for a common purpose. Once he gave someone a task, he trusted them to get it done. Chaos sometimes ensued, but positive change often resulted.

Tony Ledbetter is known to some as the father of Volusia County’s Republican Voter Guide. He insisted nonpartisan elections are a sham, and that voters deserve to know where the candidates really stand politically. He withstood withering criticism from those who favored the status quo. Tony and his hundreds of dedicated GOP troops never relented.

Tony recognized potential. He saw it in Ron DeSantis from the time of his first congressional campaign. They became fast friends and Tony was at his side all the way to victory.

By May 4, 2017, Volusia County turned Republican red for the first time in its history dating back to its pre-Civil War founding in 1854. Tony didn’t do that alone — he had a dedicated corps of volunteers to help and a Trump candidacy that motivated thousands of independents and Democrats to flip to the GOP.

Volusia County provided President Trump with much of his 2016 winning edge in Florida. The same was true in 2018 for DeSantis and Rick Scott, who won razor-thin victories in fiercely fought races for governor and U.S. Senate.

Tony recruited Tom and Nancy Coriale to organize hundreds of volunteers to hand out voter guides at polling places. Republicans often flood the zone at polling places, politely making the case for electing the GOP ticket. Volusia County’s entire delegation to the Florida Legislature is now Republican thanks in large measure to that volunteer effort.

The chairman was fond of telling the troops: “No more Democrats.” 

He stayed true to his word. He played for Team GOP and no one else. The Tony Ledbetter we knew and admired was decades in the making. Yet he was always looking forward to the next new strategy for getting out a winning message.

Shortly after the Trump inaugural, Tony told me he wanted to create a radio show to defend the President’s “America First Agenda” against the slings and arrows of fake news, “Never-Trump RINOS,” “Delusional Democrats” and the “Resistance.” So together we created “Trump Talk Live,” a weekly hour-long talk show on WNDB that chronicled and defended the President’s first year.

Tony understood the power of social media and so we developed Facebook and Twitter pages featuring hourly updates on the political world.

Tony and many capable volunteers set up active phone banks, door to door campaigns, voter guide mailings. He was proud to promote our teenaged Republicans, who won recognition as the top TARS club in America.

He was a Florida field general for the Trump campaign in 2016. His office in Holly Hill served as the warehouse and central depot for every Trump sign that carpeted Florida. Tony would recruit hard-working volunteer crews to unload and then reload truckloads of campaign materials and then drive them in rented trucks to every corner of the Sunshine State.

He booked A-list Lincoln Day Dinner headliners at the Ocean Center including Benghazi warrior Kris Paronto, Judge Jeanine and Dr. Sebastian Gorka. These premier events were huge successes and provided us with financial resources to mount successful voter drives.

He didn’t win every election, but he won more than his share and managed to transform the political landscape of Volusia County. He was fond of telling the troops that he woke up every day “thanking God that Donald Trump is our President.” He considered it the honor of his life that he was one of Florida’s 29 Electors to cast a ballot for Trump.

When Tony believed in you, he was all in. He expected everyone on his team to do the same. A lot of very successful generals and football coaches are cut from the same cloth. There was no halfway, no rest, no time for excuses.

He believed the Biblical wisdom of I Corinthians 14:8: “for if the trumpet give an uncertain sound, who shall prepare himself to the battle?” His clarion call was action. HIs cause was the greatness of the America we all love. His people were those who shared his passion.

His dear wife Toni Wright told me his only regret was that cancer robbed him of the time to say a proper goodbye to his extended family in the Republican Party.

I worked closely with Tony. He never had the time to stop, until time stopped for him. But he lived for the cause, and inspired us all to carry on in his example.

I suspect Tony would want us to know that his life and work speak for themselves. Rest well, true and faithful patriot servant.


Vic Baker is the communications director for the Volusia County Republican Executive Committee.

[SEE PHOTO GALLERY: Remembering Tony Ledbetter]

Friends remember Ledbetter

I asked some of Tony’s close associates in the Republican Party to share their memories. Here they are:


READ MORE: Tony Ledbetter, energetic Volusia Republican ‘boss,’ dies

Watch Baker’s tribute video to Ledbetter


Pat Rice: Area Democrats could use a Tony Ledbetter


Early on the evening of the Fourth of July, I found myself at Rockefeller Gardens Park at the southeast corner of the Granada Bridge in Ormond Beach. I was there with my sweetheart, Joni Hunt, waiting for the fireworks to start, enjoying the breeze off the Halifax River, and chatting with the occasional person we knew. A band at the south end of the park started playing “Sweet Home Alabama.”

I turned toward the band, and there stood a familiar figure holding up a “Trump for President” sign. It was Tony Ledbetter, chairman of the Volusia County Republicans and perhaps Donald J. Trump’s truest believer in Florida.  

He was also wearing a white Trump hat, a white Trump t-shirt, black shorts, white socks pulled up over unusually white legs, black shoes, and a slight smile.


If it seems like I’m having some sport with Ledbetter’s appearance, well, I probably am. He can come off as a little unsophisticated. He’s not a stylish dresser. He’s not a polished speaker. Occasionally he can be too partisan, and too obstinate. But anyone who underestimates Ledbetter’s effectiveness does so at his or her own peril. When it comes to street-level politics, Ledbetter gets it.

You want proof? Drive through the Daytona Beach area and try to count the number of Trump signs in supporters’ yards. They are everywhere. While you’re noticing all those Trump signs, ask yourself, where are the signs for presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton? On my six-mile drive from home to The News-Journal, I don’t see a single Clinton sign. That disparity is all the more remarkable in Volusia County, which has slightly more registered Democrats than Republicans. (*Update: In May of 2017, the number of registered Republicans passed the registered Democrats for the first time in Volusia County history. This remains true today)

Ledbetter also understands social media. His personal Facebook page is a virtual shrine to two efforts: Electing Trump, and defeating Clinton. 

I spoke with Ledbetter briefly on Friday, as he and his wife, Toni, were preparing to drive to the Republican National Convention in Cleveland. Until we spoke, I had assumed that anyone who spends as much time as Ledbetter on politics must be retired. Not true. He and his wife own and run Miracle Lace Visor, which manufactures “no headache” women’s hat wear. 

I’m a political independent who’s definitely not a Trump fan, and definitely not a Clinton fan. It’s a dilemma, I know.

But — while I don’t necessarily agree with him — I am a fan of Ledbetter’s approach to politics. He works.

Area Democrats could learn from him. 

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Donald J. Trump@realDonaldTrump

Was just presented the concept and parameters of the Border Security Deal by hard working Senator Richard Shelby. Looking over all aspects knowing that this will be hooked up with lots of money from other sources....

....Will be getting almost $23 BILLION for Border Security. Regardless of Wall money, it is being built as we speak!

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Out in the West Texas town of El Paso .. an American President

February 11, 2019

He was winding toward the conclusion of his remarks when he began to speak of those things distinctly American, those things that bind together citizens across this country as well as the thousands who flooded into the building to hear Trump speak. He said, “We believe in religious liberty, the right to free speech, and the right to keep and bear arms.”

After a few more comments and massive applause, Trump narrowed his comments to the love of freedom exemplified by the state of Texas in particular

“This is the state where a small band of patriots, at the Battle of Gonzales, armed with a single cannon, stared down a foreign, powerful army and declared, ‘Come and Take It.' 

He looked around during roaring applause and said again, “Come and Take It.”

On May 4, 2018, President Trump referenced the Battle of Gonzales during his speech to the NRA Annual Meeting.

Trump said:

In 1835 soldiers from General Santa Anna’s army marched into the little Texas town of Gonzales and ordered those Texans to surrender their small cannon that they relied on to protect their lives and protect their homes. The Texans refused! They were not about to give up their only means of self-defense.

He continued:

In response, Santa Anna’s army returned with a large group of additional people. They had men all over the place … [but] this time they were met by dozens of Texans … who had rushed to Gonzales to defend their rights and their freedom. As Santa Anna’s men watched from a distance those brave Texans raised a flag for all to see. On the banner they painted a cannon along with four words that echoed through the ages. It said, “Come and Take It.”


By AWR Hawkins 

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Counteroffer to the democrat's Green New Deal: A Red, White and Blue New Deal



I know many Americans are chomping at the bit to turn our entire economy over to a bunch of coastal blue city hipsters and college professors, along with all our money and our personal freedom, because of a dubious moral panic over future weather, but I’d like to suggest a better idea ... click and read 

 A Red, White And Blue New Deal

"Support your own damn self and leave me the hell alone"

By Kurt Schlichter 

The Green New Deal is all about its version of “economic justice,” so under the plan we taxpayers would provide an income to those “unwilling” to work. (How freebies for malingerers cools the planet is unclear.)
Regardless, my Red, White and Blue New Deal – which is Support your own damn self and leave me the hell alone – takes a slightly different approach. That is, if you are unwilling to work, you get nothing.
One of the virtues of my innovative proposal is its simplicity. It requires no “massive” mobilization of our whole society in a collective campaign to pursue some arbitrary goal that a bunch of liberals who never ran anything but their lying mouths picked out for us.
It requires no additional national debt. It requires no huge, unresponsive deadweight bureaucracy to implement. In fact, it requires nothing at all besides what you and me have always done – work for a living.
Now, the left is going to find this comprehensive scheme problematic for many reasons, primarily among them because it does not take the fruits of our labor and our freedom and hand them over to those very same leftists.
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"For if the trumpet give an uncertain sound, who shall prepare himself to the battle?"

President Donald Trump’s wide-ranging second State of the Union address last Tuesday night was his first before a divided Congress. 

10 Christian reactions to Trump's State of the Union address


Franklin Graham - Rev. Graham, the son of the late evangelist Billy Graham and president of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association.

“Thank you Mr. President for covering the priorities of our nation so clearly in tonight’s State of the Union address,” Graham wrote.  “It is my prayer that all Americans would support working together in a bipartisan way to solve the problems we face. It’s not about Republican and Democrat — it’s about doing what is right. Thank you for defending freedom and affirming that America will never be a socialist country.”

Jerry Falwell Jr - Rev. Falwell, the president of Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia

“Best State of the Union speech in my lifetime delivered by the best @POTUS  since George Washington and it’s not even over yet!” Falwell wrote. “God bless @realDonaldTrump!”


By Samuel Smith, CP Reporter

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DOCTOR: Trump In ‘Very Good Health’ For Presidency ‘And Beyond’

 'The President of the United States is in very good health'


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— Saagar Enjeti | White House Correspondent

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2019 National Prayer Breakfast - Senators from opposing parties prayed over President Trump.

The breakfast was chaired by Sen. James Lankford, R-Okla., and Sen. Chris Coons, D-Del. Following remarks by Donald Trump, the two men surrounded the President and prayed over him.

“Father, thank you for the way that you do provide for us, we pray that you would pour your overwhelming blessing and wisdom on the President, on the Vice President, on his cabinet, and his team,” prayed Sen. Lankford.

“This morning we especially pray for President Trump, and we ask that your wisdom, blessing, and peace would be on his family as they serve us, and that today you would touch his heart,” prayed Sen. Coons.

Read it all @ Pray For Our President

By Leah MarieAnn Klett, Christian Post Reporter

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Dems offer Green New Deal ... "The most unserious plan ever been presented by any elected official to the American people"

UPDATE: Ocasio-Cortez Documentary Sells To Netflix For $10 Million

Turn's out AOC is a capitalist .. soon on the way to Hollywood and riches beyond her wildest dreams.


UPDATE: Rep. Ocasio-Cortez Pulls Her Lunatic Green New Deal Plan from Her Webpage 

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The 10 Most Insane Requirements Of The Green New Deal

A number of Democratic Party presidential hopefuls — including Cory Booker, Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren, Kirsten Gillibrand, Julián Castro, and Beto O’Rourke, for starters — have already endorsed or expressed support for the “Green New Deal” 

 David Harsanyi © The Federalist 
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Long Political Coattails: Trump friendship is electoral gold for Netanyahu in Israel’s election

The American media would have you believe that President Trump is universally reviled around the world, and that the only people who support him are mentally and morally deficient Americans with bad teeth, who shop at Walmart and smell bad.  

But in some countries, President Trump’s favor is electoral gold, while elsewhere (France, for instance) Trump is a hero to those rebelling against their own globalist establishments. 

Commuters in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem beginning their work week on Sunday encountered massive billboards on the cities’ highways featuring Trump and Netanyahu clasping hands with big smiles,

 Israeli prime minister’s campaign slogan: “Netanyahu. In Another League.”

© American Thinker  Thomas Lifson
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State of the Union 2019: "Choosing Greatness"


President Trump’s State of the Union


"It is going to be harder for Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer to work against funding border security after tonight."


Meet President Trump's Special Guests

Debra Bissell, Heather Armstrong, and Madison Armstrong

Gerald and Sharon David of Reno, Nevada, were tragically murdered in their home in Nevada by an illegal immigrant in January 2019. The terrible loss has devastated both their community and three generations of their family who will be represented at the State of the Union: the Davids’ daughter Debra, granddaughter Heather, and great-granddaughter Madison.

Matthew Charles

Matthew Charles’s life is a story of redemption. In 1996, he was sentenced to 35 years in prison for selling crack cocaine and other related offenses. While in prison, Matthew found God, completed more than 30 bible studies, became a law clerk, taught GED classes, and mentored fellow inmates. On January 3, 2019, Matthew was the first prisoner released as a result of the First Step Act.

Grace Eline

Everyone who knows Grace would tell you that she has always been special.  Wherever she goes, she brightens the room with her kind heart and infectious smile. At an early age, she decided that she wanted to forgo gifts at her birthday parties, and instead ask for charity donations. At 9 years old, Grace was diagnosed with Germinoma, a germ-cell brain tumor, and in May 2018, Grace started cancer treatment. Throughout the rest of the year, Grace stayed positive and strong, making the rounds in the hospital, cheering up other patients, and always having a smile for the many caring medical professionals who treated her. Grace recently finished chemotherapy and today shows no evidence of the disease. She is determined to help other children who are fighting cancer.

Ashley Evans

Ashley Evans has struggled with opioid and substance abuse for much of her life.  In 2017, she was pregnant and suffered a relapse. Her recovery began with the birth of her daughter along with the help of Brigid’s Path, a medical care facility in Kettering, Ohio. Ashley has persevered and overcome many obstacles to maintain her sobriety. She is passionate about sharing her story of hope. On February 9, 2019, Ashley will celebrate 1 year and 1 month in recovery and on February 15, 2019, she will be reunited with her daughter full-time.

Elvin Hernandez

Elvin Hernandez is a Special Agent with the Trafficking in Persons Unit of the Department of Homeland Security’s Homeland Security Investigations division. He has more than 18 years of Federal law enforcement experience investigating narcotics, gangs, and human trafficking. During his current 7-year assignment, Elvin has conducted numerous successful international human trafficking investigations involving transnational organized crime groups.

Roy James

Roy James is the Plant Manager of the Vicksburg Forest Products lumber facility. He had worked at the sawmill for 26 years and become Vice President of Operations when he was told that the facility would close its doors. Thankfully, last year, Vicksburg was designated an Opportunity Zone through provisions in the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The plant soon reopened and Roy was hired to oversee the entire facility.

Timothy Matson

Timothy Matson joined the Pittsburgh Police Department in 2005 and made the SWAT team in 2016. As a key member of the SWAT team, he would breach the entrance during raids, a very dangerous task. In October 2018, Tim responded to the mass shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue. He suffered multiple gunshot wounds and saved countless lives in that heinous, anti-Semitic attack.

Judah Samet

Judah Samet is a member of the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh. In October 2018, he survived the horrific shooting that killed 11 members of his community. Judah is also a survivor of the Holocaust. Judah immigrated to Israel after the war and was present for the declaration of the Israeli State in 1948. He served as a paratrooper and radio man in the Israeli Defense Forces and moved to the United States in the 1960s.

Joshua Trump

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Tom Wibberley

Tom Wibberley is the father of Navy Seaman Craig Wibberley, a Seaman killed on the U.S.S. Cole. Craig grew up in Williamsport, Maryland, and enjoyed fly fishing, snow skiing, and working with his father on old Corvettes. He had a passion for computer science and decided to join the Navy to serve his country and pursue an opportunity to further his training in computers. Craig served aboard the U.S.S. Cole with distinction and was accepted to the Navy Information Technician School. His commander planned to recommend him for Officer Candidate School. However, on October 12, 2000, Craig and 16 fellow members of the crew were killed in a terrorist attack. Craig was only 19. After Craig’s death, a scholarship fund was created that gives out four $1,000 scholarships each year to students studying computer science.

Alice Johnson

President Trump granted Alice Johnson clemency on June 6, 2018. Alice had been serving a mandatory life sentence without parole for charges associated with a nonviolent drug case. During her nearly 22 years of incarceration, Alice accomplished what has been called an “extraordinary rehabilitation.” After her release, she was overjoyed to be reunited with her family. She has now dedicated her life to helping those who are in a similar position as she was and giving a voice to the criminal justice reform movement.

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