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Meet my daughter: MLK Diversity Award recipient running for House of Representatives

I am shocked and appalled to see this publication diminish my daughter to her relationship status, the same woman who received the 2016 Martin Luther King, Jr. Diversity Award in Tempe for her leadership in the community.

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