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October 31, 2012

Keene students offer third-party forum


“It (research) was fun just because it was so shocking,” she said.

She said all research by students was done solo, and Hurlburt gave them some class time, as well, for the work.

“I get stage fright, so I’m nervous to interact with people,” Pepe said about a possible Q and A session that will be held during the event.

Having turned 18 this year, Pepe said she is registered, ready and excited to vote.

“I know I won’t be voting for the Constitution Party,” she said, laughing.


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