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The founder of Jimmy’s Coffee is using his house brew to win votes

$600 —The approximate amount of money Phil Morrison, founder of Jimmy’s Coffee, has spent honouring the “free coffee” offer on business cards he has been handing to voters during this year’s municipal election, according to the Post. Morrison is running for city council in Ward 20 on a Ford-esque platform that calls for, among other things, the elimination of streetcars and a clampdown on condo construction.

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