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"The final word from District 7 Legislative candidates" article on page 10 includes a short response from each candidate. Unfortunately, my column was edited in content. The Hownikan removed, after consultation with the Chairman and Vice Chairman, the following sentence from my article: "In Utah, Chairman Barrett shared that a legislator needs to be adept at data analysis and budgets." My political advertisements are found on pages 13 and 16.
The "Meet the District 7 candidates" article on page 15 includes a short response from each candidate. My political advertisement is found on page 9.
The "Neddeau follows the family path to District 7 candidacy" article on page 13 is a based on a second interview I had with the Hownikan about my background and experience.
The "Meet the Candidates" article on pages 10-11 includes my interview responses about the District 7 legislative seat.
The official announcement of my candidacy for the District 7 Legislator position is noted on page 13.
This article highlights my work in the creating a Native American Gathering that welcomed approximately 1,000 attendees in the second year.
The article acknowledges my grandfather, LeRoy Neddeau, and his deep involvement with the Citizen Potawatomi Nation from the early 1970s. More specifically, my grandfather's role in organizing what is now known as the CPN Family Reunion Festival is mentioned.
This article shares information about my family history and an immersive teaching and learning experience I had in Dangriga, Belize.