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Brian Wooley a Republican candidate for Mayor in Shrevesport, Louisiana is causing controversy with a flier he has been dispersing in African-American neighborhoods, the Shrevesport Times reports.

Fried Chicken GOP Ad

At issue is a “Freedom Rally” event purportedly sponsored by mayoral candidate Bryan Wooley. The rally, which appears to have happened on Wednesday and Thursday, featured free chicken and limo rides to early voting polls to residents of Shreveport’s Cooper Road area also known at the Martin Luther King neighborhood.

Copies of a flyer advertising the event were posted on Facebook and have generated considerable comment from the social network’s Shreveport users.

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