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Lily Herwald, democratic candidate for District 2 house representative

WRANGELL, ALASKA The 2008 primary election is taking place on Tuesday August 26. Voters will get to weigh in on four ballot measures and there are candidate races for United States senator, United States representative, state senator, and state representative. For district two, which encompasses Wrangell, Petersburg, and Sitka, there are four candidates running to fill the seat of house representative – two candidates running in the republican primary and two candidates running in the democratic primacy. This week KSTK has been airing interviews with all four candidates. Today we'll hear an interview with Lily Herwald. Herwald is a grant writer for the Southeast Alaska Regional Health Consortium and is running in the democratic primary against fellow Sitka resident Marko Dapcevich.
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