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Annapolis Capital Gazette Gets Subscription Boost After Mass Shooting

Annapolis Capital Gazette Gets Subscription Boost After Mass Shooting

A day after a gunman killed four journalists and a sales assistant at the Capital Gazette’s office in Annapolis, a social media campaign is urging people to show their support by subscribing to the newspaper.

The campaign has attracted the attention of several high-profile figures, including former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, who said that he would be subscribing and called on others to do the same.

“Some days, I don’t agree with the media. Some days, they are a fantastic sparring partner. But every day, journalists are strong allies of our democracy, shining a light into darkness,” Schwarzenegger wrote on Friday afternoon. “My heart goes out to everyone at @capgaznews. Join me in subscribing.”

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He added, “I know that my career would have been impossible without the media. But more importantly,

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