Lynn Rogers, center, joins friends at the Murdock Theatre while waiting for election results on Nov. 8.
Lynn Rogers, center, joins friends at the Murdock Theatre while waiting for election results on Nov. 8. Travis Heying File photo
Lynn Rogers, center, joins friends at the Murdock Theatre while waiting for election results on Nov. 8. Travis Heying File photo

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