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Campaigning comes to a head

Election day in the local mayoral race is only 45 days away, and, on at least one side, negative

campaigning and speculation about a candidate’s efficacy have become the focus in the past week.

Last Wednesday, roughly a month and a half after mayoral candidate Angie Juenemann and her

husband, Dennis Juenemann, received an anonymous letter in the mail and about a week after negative

campaigning grabbed their attention on Facebook, Dennis visited James “Red” Sanders’ downtown

barbershop to, as he said, “try to address it at the lowest level.”

Sanders, the former police chief who lost the city marshall election and left the Ennis Police

Department on bad terms in the late 1990s after he lost his peace officer’s license, has since issued a

criminal trespass warning against Dennis, banning him from the barbershop, and filed a police report in

an attempt to have the Juenemann husband charged with issuing terroristic threats.

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