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Christine O'Donnell's not a witch, and neither is Elvira, the pride of Colorado Springs

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Delaware Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell may have dabbled in witchcraft, but she says she's not a witch -- and so does Elvira. The former Cassandra Peterson was raised in Colorado Springs and became the first female celeb to endorse a beer for home-state brewer Coors back in 1987. Now, she's spoofing O'Donnell with a video in which she claims, "I'm not a witch... I'm you -- except with bigger tits." Check out the clip below.

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