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County clerk Larry Kestenbaum

He's bracing for a record turnout

From the October, 2008 issue

If Larry Kestenbaum is biting his nails on election night, it won't be because he's worried about his bid for a second term as Washtenaw County clerk and register of deeds: Kestenbaum, a Democrat, is unopposed. Four years ago, in contrast, his Republican predecessor, Peggy Haines, had to contend with not only the intense pressures of a presidential vote but also

 
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