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Lenord F. Brady, 75, died Jan. 14, 2019, in Ketchikan. He was born Dec. 1, 1944, in Harrison, Michigan.
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Vote Galvin for change

EDITOR, Daily News:

 As a former educator who is concerned about the future of Alaska for all of our children, I want to encourage you to vote for Alyse Galvin, who is running for Congress to represent the hard-working people of Alaska. A fierce advocate for public education, Alyse lobbied legislators in Juneau and in Washington, D.C., to hold the line on public education cuts that were devastating our children’s schools.

Alyse believes that strong public education, real wage growth for jobs, and quality, comprehensive health care are the keys to growing a healthy, diversified economy for Alaska's future.

It is time for change. It is time to replace Don Young with someone who is ready to put partisan politics aside and find real solutions to the challenges we all face. Alyse is that person and deserves your vote on Nov. 6.