Would You Elect This Legislative Hopeful Who Posed Topless For Playboy?
SPOKESMAN.COM: Amy Biviano, the Democratic challenger in a high-profile battle for a legislative seat representing Spokane Valley, is defending a 1995 topless photo shoot with Playboy magazine as a confidence-building experience while attending Yale University.
In an interview Friday, following a conservative website's disclosure that Biviano appeared in a "Women of the Ivy League" edition, Biviano said she doesn't regret the photo shoot but wouldn't do it again as a mother.
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Biviano was quoted saying, "It was one of the youthful college kinds of things. This was my small act of rebellion. I learned a lot from my college experiences. Since then, I have gone on to build an extremely happy marriage of 15 years, have been blessed with amazing children, have been active in my church, and have worked and volunteered to help my community while living with a disability."
What do you think?
Is this publicity just another shot at negative campaigning to try and make a candidate look bad, or does it matter?
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