The Loneliest Number 

After four years of casting losing votes, Bonnie Mager hopes voters give her a win.

Two-to-one. In any game, or on any battlefield, those odds generally signal a loss for the overwhelmed and outflanked loner. Just ask Bonnie Mager. Since joining the board of county commissioners almost four years ago, she has suffered loss after loss…

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