For all the time he spends on Facebook, I'm surprised Pat Powers didn't notice this intriguing item on Annette Bosworth's campaign page:

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Here's the note one Nathan Fluit left on Bosworth's page yesterday, Monday, over the lunch hour:

How is the Auctioning off the farm event coming along? I was told in the spring that you had 250 tickets sold at $1000 a piece and had not heard of any type of advertisement since and no body will answer my calls or questions. I am just kind of concerned with what is being done with my money (along with the other $249,000) being you told me last spring it was no longer going to help the returning troops reconnect with their families.

Looking forward to get answers.

Thanks [Nathan Fluit, posted to Bosworth for Senate Facebook page, 2013.11.11].

This post has since disappeared from Bosworth's timeline.

Fluit raises a question that's been bothering me since this summer. Bosworth's raffle partner, FIRE Missions from Michigan, reported Bosworth sold no tickets for the Moody County land raffle. The July 15 drawing deadline passed with no news. Yet Bosworth's clinic website continues to advertise this $1,000-ticket raffle.

So what gives, Team Bosworth-Haber? Did you take $1,000 from Nathan Fluit for the Moody County raffle? Did you conduct a drawing to give that land away? And where did that money go?

Chad Haber. Annette Bosworth. Don't ask questions; just give us your money.

Chad Haber. Annette Bosworth. Don't ask questions; just give us your money.