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State reps place friendly wager in Webb City versus Nixa game

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NEWS RELEASE ISSUED BY THE OFFICE OF MISSOURI STATE REPRESENTATIVE CHARLIE DAVIS

State Representatives Charlie Davis (Webb City) and Kevin Elmer (Nixa) have been disputing who will be the winner of this Friday night’s high school football game between the Webb City Cardinals and Nixa Eagles. Both teams are among the area’s highest ranked programs for the 2013 season.

“A powerhouse program like Webb City is something that needs to be respected by any opponent,” Elmer stated, “but I feel Nixa is as strong this year as they have ever been and there is the very real potential for an Eagles’ victory.”

Elmer further explained that during a recent exchange with Representative Davis the two expressed a willingness to back up their team support with a friendly wager. Elmer and Davis have agreed that the Representative for the losing team must wear the winning team’s tie for an entire day at the Capitol during the next Legislative session that starts in January.

“I hope Representative Elmer likes Cardinal Red,” Davis expressed in his parting comment.

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