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In basement with tornado warning, Crandall starts new job in Wyoming (access required)

The Mesa Republican announced this week he’ll resign from office on Aug. 16, but he’s already got one foot out the door. Crandall began working as the director of the Wyoming Department of Education on Aug. 5.

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