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City Primary to Occur March 6

Natasa Dobras, Staff Writer

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Bright colored signs with the similar red, white, and blue color themes line street corners and neighborhoods with a range of candidates running from judge, clerk, or even state representative. The primary occurred March 6 at various locations. This year, 15 students from AP U.S. Government teacher Aaron Faver’s class were chosen to work the primary as a chance to experience political involvement. These students were required to arrive to their designated location at 6 a.m. on the day of the election and work until 7 p.m. each earning a pay of $10 an hour.

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Natasa Dobras, Staff Writer

I'm Natasa, and I am a senior at Randall. I was first introduced to Journalism freshman year, where I instantly fell in love with writing articles. This...

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City Primary to Occur March 6