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As election day draws closer, volunteers have begun helping politicians for their campaigns. Campaigns, both locally and nationally, are in need of volunteers. This has opened a window of opportunity for teens looking to be involved in the political process. In addition to gaining insight on the American political experience, volunteers enhance their skills in negotiation, marketing, and fundraising.

Primaries at the federal, state, and local level will take place on June 7th.

Candidates running for State Assembly in the 66th District include Al Muratsuchi (D) and David Hadley (R). You can also volunteer by contacting the Democrat, Republican, or Libertarian Parties.

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