Your Doorstep ... Where Elections Are Won 

It may be dangerous, unpleasant and exhausting, but campaigning door-to-door is a must in Humboldt

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Barking dogs, furious constituents, awkward moments and blisters. Door-to-door campaigning through the streets of Humboldt County can be a pain. But what happens on your doorstep and thousands of others like it can also be the difference between winning and losing. And…

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