My Fair Lady 

Don Perata helped raise Sandra Polka from debt and into a position of wealth and power. The big question is why? Campaigning the Perata Way: Second of two parts

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For someone with Polka's recent income, a $3,600 mortgage would be peanuts. And 2007, normally an off-election year, promises to be another profitable one for her. Perata already has announced his intention to mount three statewide campaigns for the February 2008 primary — a healthcare initiative, a measure to extend term limits, and a referendum on the Iraq war. Earlier this year, Polka reportedly was paid to produce a TV ad for Perata's healthcare plan, and each of these upcoming measures will no doubt generate plenty of business for the Don's fair lady.

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