Husseman reflects on election results

Running for public office is not for the faint-hearted. It can be brutal, costly and candidates often have to make several attempts before getting elected. For people who care deeply about their communities, however, it remains one of the most meaningful ways to express it.

For Keizer resident Robert Husseman, who lost his recent bid to be the Democratic Party’s nominee for District 21 to Ramiro Navarro in May’s primary election, it . . .

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