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No, this is not Former Senator Lincoln Chafee, but rather

Yes, it's true. After @LincolnChafee instructed his followers to erroneously report SenatorChafee's twitter account as an impersonation, those of us at successfully appealed the decision and came right back on the air!

Here's a screengrab of our banned account.

Although @LincolnChafee fought valiantly, @SenatorChafee won! We will not quit pushing our message on Twitter or anywhere else on the internet. While in the Senate, Lincoln Chafee voted in support of big business and against the working families of Rhode Island (whom he now wants to implement a regressive tax on, by the way). He even voted to expand offshore drilling in the Gulf of Mexico. We will not stop until we successfully remind voters of Chafee's past and what he plans to do in the future.

Show your support for @SenatorChafee by letting the Twitterverse know what you think about Lincoln Chafee's campaign abusing the reporting system in online social media.

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Originally posted to Senator Chafee on Mon Jun 14, 2010 at 09:31 AM PDT.

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