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Interviews with Lurine McGee and Janell Privett, candidates running for the Hospital Board

WRANGELL, ALASKA On October 7th, Wrangell Voters will get to elect officials to the Borough Assembly, the Hospital Board, and the Port Commission. Voters will also get to weigh in on three ballot measures.
This week KSTK has been airing interviews with individuals running for elected seats. Yesterday we heard from Jeremy Maxand and William Privett, who are both running for Assembly Seat B. Today we'll hear from two of the four candidates for the Hospital Board. Voters will get to vote for three. Each seat is a four-year term.
First we'll hear from Lurine McGee.
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