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Once a pharmacist, then a supervisor, now a would-be senator

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Once a pharmacist, then a supervisor, now a would-be senator More than six years ago I walked away from a well-paying job as a supervising pharmacist and entered the world of public service. I was elected supervisor in the town of Ballston, becoming the town CEO and the town’s representative on Saratoga County Board of Supervisors. Immediately I plunged in headlong — attending seminars and training sessions, immersing myself in the arcane language and decades-old ...

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