On Bills and Bikes

May 2, 2016 John Calvo

With a blush colored carpet, plush sofas and easy chairs, Vincent Anthony Ada’s office looks more like a living room, than the workplace of a politician. His wife, Annette, and their four children beam from picture frames on end tables and every hour, on the hour, the Harley Davidson clock revs its engine. Seven years since he first ran in a special election, Senator Tony said, “My dad served in the 11, 12, and 13th legislatures, so we would talk a lot. He would say that’s how it was, and I would say that’s not how it is anymore.”

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