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Republicans hope to change the tide in LD 4 (access required)

Gerae Peten is used to working with her back to the wall.  It’s a mindset she shares with many of her Democratic colleagues in the state Legislature. Years of subordination to Republican rule can do that -- as can the difficulties of slowly chipping away at that majority.  “You always have to run in a paranoid sense,” ...

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