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Dear AJ,

There is always hope, as long as there is kindness, love and belief in good over greed! I will do ALL I can, including running for office to stop destroying our planet and attempts to destroy our civility! It is up to you to pick up the torch and continue to fight for what is beautiful, just like you are…

Love,

Nana

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