A door opens and Foster explains to an older man that she’s not affiliated with any political party.
“So that means I really can bridge the partisan divide and start getting things done,” she said.
Foster has just finished gathering the several hundred signatures she needs to be on the November ballot as an independent candidate for the state legislature. Those signatures still need to be approved as valid, but Foster said she’s already in what she calls the “persuasion” phase of her campaign.
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