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Lewis Pagel of Kotzebue (Photo by Anne Hillman, Alaska Public Media – Anchorage)

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infinity cdma tool crack download I think a lot of people try to avoid local politics, so when someone puts their name in the hat, oftentimes they’ll get the privilege, so to speak, of being able to serve the public. And I’ve always been a public servant my whole life. I serve people. That’s what I love to do.