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The H-Train Show – Showing Veterans Programs beyond the VA

“Tough times don’t last, tough people do,” is the mantra that Joel Hunt lives by. As an Army veteran, who was injured during his third deployment, Hunt has seen his fair share of tough times. Though he has endured tragedy, he has come out on the other side with a dedication to helping fellow veterans. Hunt was born and raised in Kokomo, Indiana, by David and Judy Hunt. He joined the Army after graduating from Northwestern High School. On June 17, 1998, he was shipped off to basic training and became a combat engineer. He was deployed three times during his Army career, with his third deployment ending in Baqubah, Iraq after suffering a traumatic brain injury (TBI) and partial leg paralyzation. Finding himself left in the care of his parents, he was adjusting to life back in America. His traumatic brain injury forced him to eventually utilize a wheelchair

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District 51 School Board Candidate Forum Hosted by Local Libertarian Party

(Grand Junction, Colorado) – The Mesa County Libertarian Party will present District 51 School Board Candidate Forum, taking place at the Mesa County Central Library-443 N 6th St, on October 11, starting at 5:30pm The forum will include a candidate introduction along with a moderated and public Q&A. It features – District C candidates: Austin Dewitt, Andrea Haitz, and Trish Mahre; District D Candidates: Nick Allan and Will Jones; and District E candidates: David Combs and Angela Lema.  The event is free and available for the public to participate in the civic process. “Actively participating in your local politics is crucial to securing our liberty,” said Robert Ballard, who will be moderating the event. To volunteer, donate, or ask questions please email [email protected]. This event is not endorsed or sponsored by Mesa County Libraries. Mesa County Libertarian Party Additional government-related press releases

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