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November 15, 2014


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Ken Stevens

Although, as you say, it's a push as to the relative conservatism of the incoming and outgoing delegates in LD9 (and leaving aside Warren Miller (since he'll be the same very conservative guy), I think there's a chance that the incoming duo of Trent Kittleman and Bob Flanagan may be a little less conservative than those they replace (Gail Bates in 9A and Susan Krebs in 9B). It's pretty hard to get to the right of the latter duo. Trent did manage to get the endorsement of the teachers union, but she does have to satisfy the residents of an extremely conservative district (9A). Flanagan, on the other hand, represents a district (9B) in which registered Democrats outnumber Republicans even though he managed to win it this time. We'll see how each of them react to their situation by how they vote.

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