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Young, Cissna To Face Off In General Election

By | August 29, 2012

The turnout was considered low in Tuesday’s primary election. But voters turned out in enough numbers to defeat both ballot propositions.

Some race outcomes were predictable. Incumbent Republican U.S. Representative Don Young got close to 80 percent of the vote, and Democrat Sharon Cissna prevailed in a field of five. She’ll be traveling the state and personally contacting as many voters as she can, she says Young is out of touch.

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