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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 year will be my second year on staff. I’ve been involved in HOSA, chemistry club, and Theater my past few years at the school. I love being a...
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City Primary to Occur March 6