Eric Swalwell and Pay to Play 

Congressman Pete Stark has been getting a lot of flak for alleging that his challenger engages in pay-to-play politics, but some of the charges appear to be true.

On June 5, just hours after casting a vote for himself in the East Bay's 15th Congressional District primary against incumbent Congressman Pete Stark, Dublin City Councilman Eric Swalwell voted to approve a no-bid, monopoly contract to a local garbage company while…

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