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WisPolitics September 2004 Primary Preview

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(Note: All cash figures reflect activity through 8/25 unless otherwise noted)


Incumbent - U.S. Rep. Tammy Baldwin, D-Madison.
District includes Columbia, Dane and Green counties, as well as parts of Jefferson, Rock, Sauk, and Walworth counties.

Republican Primary

  • Dave Magnum (R-Pardeeville) http://www.davemagnum.com

    -- Magnum is a Wisconsin Dells native who began working in Madison at WIBA-FM in 1982 where he was assigned the air name “Magnum” (born Dave Weiss).

    He legally changed his name after founding his company Magnum Broadcasting, which currently operates eight radio stations and TV stations in the La Crosse, Green Bay and Madison markets.

    In 1996 Magnum’s wife Lynn was diagnosed with breast cancer, and she passed away in December of 2002. He has two sons.

    Magnum is affiliated with the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association, Radio Advertising Bureau, National Association of Broadcasters, Rotary International, numerous Wisconsin Chambers of Commerce and is on the board of directors for Timberwood Banks.

    Total Receipts: $244,055
    (as of 8/25)
    Contributions, Loans From the Candidate: $154,000
    (note: late contribution from the candidate on 8/27 for $100,000 brings personal stake to $254,000)    
    Cash on Hand: $118,032 
    (as of 8/25)

  • Ron Greer (R-Fitchburg) http://www.rongreerforcongress.us

    -- Greer joined the U.S. Marine Corps in 1973 shortly after he graduated from high school. His career in the corps was cut short after he was reprimanded for striking a superior officer out of anger and racial hatred. After serving 18 months of confinement and hard labor in the disciplinary barracks, Greer turned his life around, studying to become the senior pastor of Trinity Evangelical Fellowship.

    Greer clocked in 20 years as a Bible study leader, working with prison inmates, and in 1980 decided to become a full-time firefighter for the city of Madison.

    Greer, who served as president of the South Madison Neighborhood Center Board, has also been named associate minister at the Greater Galilee Baptist Church. Greer and his wife Rosalyn have three sons.

    Greer won a primary in 2002, but was trounced by Dem incumbent Tammy Baldwin.

    Endorsements: Rep. Glenn Grothman; Fitchburg city Ald. Jay Allen; Dane County Supervisors Lyman Aderson and Dennis O'Laughlin; Wis. Right to Life and Government is Not God.

    Total Receipts: $40,175 (as of 6/30)                      
    Cash on Hand: -$2,811  (as of 6/30) 


U.S. Rep. Gerald Kleczka, D-Milwaukee, is retiring at end of his term.
District includes part of Milwaukee County, consisting of the village of West Milwaukee, the cities of Cudahy, Milwaukee, St. Francis, South Milwaukee, and part of West Allis.

Democratic Primary

  • Matt Flynn (D-Milwaukee) http://www.mattflynnforcongress.org

    -- Before moving to Milwaukee at the age of 15, Flynn spent several years in Mexico City, where he became fluent in Spanish as his father did research. After finishing high school, Flynn attended Yale on a scholarship, and left to serve in the Navy immediately following his graduation.

    The G.I Bill helped Flynn attended the UW-Madison Law School, after which he served as a law clerk to Chief Judge Thomas Fairchild. Flynn’s legal career developed at Quarles & Brady and he went on to serve as chair of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin from 1981 to 1985. 

    Flynn has been married for 27 years to his wife Mary, who is a speech and language pathologist.

    Endorsements: U.S. Rep. Jerry Kleczka; State Rep. Jon Richards; 3rd District Sup. Gerry Broderick; Ald. Michael D’Amato; Milwaukee Plumbers Local 75; Sheet Metal Workers’ International Association Local 18; Wisconsin State Division of the Polish American Congress; (PACE) International; Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers District 10; Milwaukee Professional Fire Fighters’ Association, Local 215; Veterans United of Southeast Wisconsin; Latino Coalition for Political Action.

    Total Receipts: $570,426 (as of 8/25)                      
    Contributions, Loans From the Candidate: $62,440
    (note: late contribution from the candidate on 9/03 for $27,000 brings personal stake to $89,440) 
    Cash on Hand: $78,304   (as of 8/25)

  • Gwen Moore (D-Milwaukee) http://www.gwenmooreforcongress.com

    -- Moore has been in elected office since her election to the Wisconsin State Assembly in 1988. She has served as 4th District state senator since 1992, a seat she has vacated for this election.

    Moore, a Racine native and the eighth of nine children, was the first African American woman to hold the office of state senator in Wisconsin.
    Moore graduated from North Division High School in Milwaukee and earned a B.A. in political science from Marquette University. After graduation, she served as a VISTA volunteer and spearheaded the start-up of the Cream City Community Development Credit Union.

    From 1985 to 1989, Moore worked for the city of Milwaukee as a
    neighborhood development specialist, for both the Wisconsin Department of Employment Relations and the Department of Health and Human Services, as a program and planning analyst and as a housing officer for the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority.

    Endorsements: AFT-Wisconsin; Congressional Black Caucus; EMILY's List; United Auto Workers; Local 113 of the Laborers; Wisconsin Sub-District of the United Steelworkers of America; Wisconsin Teamsters Local 344; International Union of Painters and Allied Trades; (AFSCME); Dane County Executive Kathleen Falk; Reverend Jesse Jackson, Sr.

    Total Receipts: $534,925
    Cash on Hand: $167,092

  • Tim Carpenter (D-Milwaukee) http://www.carpenterforcongress.com/home

    -- State Sen. Carpenter, who prides himself on being a product of Milwaukee public schools, has been in the state Legislature for nearly two decades. He made his first run at 18, losing by a narrow margin. He later gained the support of Congressman Kleczka and won a six-way primary for the State Assembly.

    Carpenter has received a master's degree from UW-Madison's LaFollette Institute. One of the few openly gay legislators in the state, he is a strong proponent of civil rights and health care.

          Endorsements: Gay and Lesbian Victory Fund; Human Rights Campaign; Communication Workers of America; 
          Amalgamated Transit Union; Milwaukee Deputy Sheriff’s Association.  

          Total Receipts: $219,444                            
          Cash on Hand: $69,244

Republican Primary

  • Corey Hoze (R-Milwaukee) http://www.coreyhozeforcongress.com 

    -- Hoze, a 1987 graduate of St. Francis High School, attended Pepperdine University, where he received a bachelor's degree in economics and religion.

    After graduation, Hoze spent much of his professional career working for Tommy Thompson. He served as director of Thompson’s Milwaukee office from ‘95 to ‘97 and was the
    Midwest regional director for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services from ’02 to ‘04.

    Prior to joining HHS, Hoze managed corporate affairs at Miller Brewing Co. in Milwaukee, and worked as the administrator of the Division of Economic Development at the Wisconsin Department of Commerce from ‘97 to ‘99.

    Endorsements: Milwaukee Co. Exec. Scott Walker; State Rep. Mark Honadel; Ald. John McFadden;  Ald. Joe Mikolajczak; Wis. Right to Life; AAAIS; BAMPAC; Metro Builders Association.

    Total Receipts: $108,544                           
    Cash on Hand: $12,031

  • Gerald H. Boyle (R-Milwaukee) http://www.boyleforcongress.com

    -- Following Boyle’s graduation from the University of Notre Dame in 1994, he spent five years on active duty in the Army as an infantry officer and left active duty as a captain.

    Boyle, who recently returned from a tour of duty in Iraq with the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force, was recently elevated to the rank of major. Boyle works as a practicing attorney with his father and sister, both criminal defense specialists at Milwaukee firm of Boyle, Boyle & Boyle.

    Endorsements: Wisconsin Right to Life

    Total Receipts: $33,375
    Cash on Hand: $14,225




AD 12

This district includes the northwest side of Milwaukee and part of the city of Wauwatosa. After 20 years in the Assembly, Shirley Krug, D-Milwaukee, has decided not to seek re-election. – Dems running in primary:


Rene Settle-Robinson (D-Milwaukee)


-- Settle-Robinson is a podiatric surgeon with Aurora Medical Group who is making her first run for public office.  She has been actively involved with the Cream City Medical Association, a 70-year-old organization of black physicians in the Milwaukee area.


Treasurer: David Robinson Jr.
Total Receipts: $11,775                        Cash on Hand: $1,798


Fred Kessler (D-Milwaukee)


-- Kessler is running again to return to the Assembly where he served for 10 years in the 60's and 70's.  He then went on to serve on the Circuit Court bench for a dozen years.  Since that time, Fred has worked as a mediator, reserve judge and political consultant.  His wife, Joan Kessler, was just elected to the State Appellate Court this spring.


Endorsements: State AFL-CIO, Milwaukee Teachers Education Association, Wisconsin Citizen Action.

Treasurer: Jeremy Levinson
Total Receipts: $15,034                        Cash on Hand: $3,018



AD 38

This district includes parts of the Waukesha County cities of Oconomowoc, Watertown, and Ixonia. Rep. Steven Foti, R-Oconomowoc, will not seek re-election. - R
epublicans running in primary:

Joel Kleefisch (R-Oconomowoc) http://www.joel2004.com


-- Kleefisch worked for nearly 10 years as an on-scene and investigative television reporter before going on to found Lakewatch, a volunteer inland lake organization. He is also the branch chairman for his local Republican Party. Former Lt. Gov. Margaret Farrow and Waukesha County Executive Dan Finley held a fundraiser for Kleefisch.

Treasurer: Mark Kuehl

Total Receipts: $46,451                       Cash on Hand: $23,634  

Ron Counsell (R-Juneau)

-- Counsell has owned and run Borderline BP Convenience Store for the past 10 years.  He served on the Petroleum Marketers of Wisconsin/Wisconsin Association of Convenience Stores board of directors for three years and is currently chairman of the organization's government affairs committee.

Treasurer: Don Kwapil

Total Receipts: $24,251                      Cash on Hand: $8,872

Kenneth Berg (R-Watertown)


-- Berg is the owner of Ken Berg Real Estate. He was a Watertown City Council member from 1995 to 2001, and a member of the Watertown Board of Education from 1982-1994, serving as board president for 4 years.

Treasurer: Rodney Laudenslager
Total Receipts: $11,568                      Cash on Hand: $3,806



AD 41
This district includes Green Lake County and part of Waupaca and Waushara counties. Rep. Luther Olsen, R-Berlin will not seek re-election because he is running for state Senate. - Republicans running in  primary:

Joan Ballweg (R-Markesan)

-- Ballweg has owned Ballweg Implement Co., Inc. for over 20 years.  She has also served on the Board of Directors for Waupun Memorial Hospital since 1999, and has been chairperson of the board since 2002. 

Endorsements: Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation, Wis. Right to Life

Treasurer: Marie Schmidt
Total Receipts - $6,939                     Cash on Hand - $1,174

Lance Buchholtz (R-Berlin)

-- Buchholtz was elected Green Lake County Sheriff in 1992 after serving with the office since 1979. He owns a small farm near Poy Sippi with his family. 

Treasurer Bob Malcheske
Total Receipts - $520 (as of 6/30)      Cash on Hand - $237 (as of 6/30)  

Mike Gustin (R-Wautoma)

-- Gustin was president of the Chamber of Commerce and is a member of the Waushara County Republican Party.  He has been a major proponent of providing rural areas with the Internet, having heavily invested in Internet access for central Wisconsin for years.  

Endorsements: Wis. Right to Life
Total Receipts - $15,383                   Cash on Hand - $2,097

Matt Metoxen (R-Markesan)


-- A sales representative for Sprint PCS, Metoxen is a policy adviser for the White House Initiative on Tribal Colleges and Universities for the Bush administration. He was also the northeast Wisconsin campaign coordinator for Bush-Cheney 2000.


Treasurer Ann Wilde
Total Receipts - $3,838                     Cash on Hand - $50

Dan Priske (R-Green Lake)


-- Priske is a financial consultant, a former U.S. Treasury Department bank examiner, and past president and CEO of Associated Bank in Marshfield. He has served as a Green Lake County supervisor since 1998.

Treasurer: J. Michael Phillips

Total Receipts - $7,100                     Cash on Hand - $833

Peter Sensenbrenner, (R-Ripon)


-- Sensenbrenner has 16 years experience as a hospital administrator and five years as a small business consultant. He also is the COO of a 200-employee food distribution warehouse and a college instructor.

Treasurer: Janet Minor
Total Receipts - $3,339 (as of 6/30)    Cash on Hand - $2,081 (as of 6/30)  

Rich Slate, (R-Markesan)


-- Slate has been mayor of Markesan since 2000 and is a paralegal in the law firm owned by his father and brother.

Treasurer: Mark Slate
Total Receipts - $10,500                   Cash on Hand - $3,589

Marvin W. Wagner, Jr. (R-Wautoma)


-- Wagner is a member of the Wautoma City Council.


Treasurer: Carol Wagner
Total Receipts - $1,574                     Cash on Hand - $30

Leon Zuehls, (R-Dalton)

Total Receipts: N/A                          Cash on Hand: N/A


AD 44

This Rock County district includes most of Janesville. Rep. Wayne Wood,D-Janesville, who has held the seat since a special election in 1976, will retire this year. - Dems running in primary:


Thomas Brien (D-Janesville)


-- Brien is a team coordinator on the door line of the Janesville General Motors, where he has worked since 1967. He has been an active member of UAW Local 95 for 36 years and a local officer for 13 years. He has also served on the Janesville City Council since 1991.


Treasurer: Fran Brien

Total Receipts: $5,045                     Cash on Hand: $1,231


Kevin Murray (D-Janesville) http://www.murrayforassembly.com

-- Murray has worked as a firefighter/paramedic for the Janesville Fire Department for the past 24 years. He is a lieutenant in the department, and secretary-treasurer of Firefighters Local 580. He is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force.


Treasurer: Thomas E. Murray
Total Receipts: $22,406                    Cash on Hand: $1,313


Michael Sheridan (D-Janesville)


-- Sheridan is president of UAW Local 95. He is a two-time recipient of the Janesville Police Department’s Outstanding Citizen award, and graduate of Janesville’s Leadership Development Academy.

Endorsements: Rock County Central Labor Council, Service Employees International Union (SEIU).

Treasurer: Tim Cullen
Total Receipts: $17,189                    Cash on Hand: $5,091



AD 48

This district includes parts of the Dane County cities of Madison and Monona, and Village of McFarland. Rep. Mark Miller, D-Monona, will not seek re-election, running for the 16th state Senate seat. - Dems running in primary:

Amy Dixon (D-Monona)

-- Dixon worked as a legislative aide to Democratic Rep. Jeannette Bell and Sens. Tim Cullen and David Helbach before getting her law degree at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is currently an attorney for the Boardman Law Firm in Madison and teaches legal research and writing at the UW Law School.   


Treasurer: Beth Anne Yeager
Total Receipts: $33,046                   Cash on Hand: $8,493

Joseph T. Parisi (D-Madison) http://www.joeforassembly.com

-- Parisi has served as Dane County Clerk since 1996 and previously worked as a legislative aide in the state Legislature. He also had a short-lived run for lieutenant governor in 2002. He is also president of the board of directors of Operation Fresh Start and served on the board of directors for Atwood Community Center.

Endorsements: Madison Mayor
Dave Cieslewicz, former Monona Mayor Dean Bowles, former State Rep. Doris Hanson. See Web site for entire list.

Treasurer: Gretchen Lowe

Total Receipts: $24,693                   Cash on Hand: $11,827


SD 4

This Milwaukee County district includes parts of the cities of Wauwautosa, Milwaukee and Glendale. Sen. Gwen Moore, D-Milwaukee, will not seek re-election, running for the 4th congressional district. - Dems running in primary: 


Johnnie Morris-Tatum (D-Milwaukee)


-- Rep. Morris-Tatum was elected to the Legislature in 1992. She has worked as the director of the Milwaukee Coalition Against Drug and Alcohol Abuse and as the executive director of Midtown Neighborhood Association.


Treasurer: Barbara Shorty

Total Receipts: $7,874                      Cash on Hand: $4,964

Lena C. Taylor (D-Milwaukee) http://www.taylorforsenate.com

Rep. Taylor was elected to the Legislature in a special election held in April 2003. She worked as a public defender for more than two years and opened Taylor and Associates Law Office in ‘96.

Endorsements: Teamsters Union, Electrical Workers Union, Milwaukee Firefighters Union, Teacher's union, WEAC/MTEA, AFSCME, the Milwaukee County Labor Council, EMILY’s List, Planned Parenthood, NARAL, AFT/WFT, SEIU, Women s Choice and the AFL-CIO. Ald. Willie Wade, Ald. Mike McGee, Milwaukee County Supervisor Toni Clark, Vel Phillips, Marlene Odom-Johnson, Ruth Varnado and Mark Lipscomb.


Total Receipts: $60,716                    Cash on Hand: $11,060


James White (D-Milwaukee)


-- White was elected 1st District supervisor in 1996 and re-elected in 2000 and 2004. He has served as first vice chairman and Second Vice Chairman of the Milwaukee County Board and currently serves as chairman of the Committee on Transportation, Public Works and Transit. White is also an ordained Christian minister.


Total Receipts: $7,625                       Cash on Hand: $6,668



SD 10
This district includes all of St. Croix County and parts of Burnett, Polk, Dunn and Pierce counties. Eventual Dem nominee will challenge Sen. Sheila Harsdorf, R-River Falls. - Dems running in primary:


Elise O'Meary Nooney (D-River Falls) http://www.omearanooney.com

-- O'Meary Nooney is a former Navy nurse, retired library circulation supervisor and mother of five grown children. According to her blog, O'Meary Nooney decided to run after becoming upset with Harsdorf’s vote against gay marriage. 

Treasurer: James Delaplain

Total Receipts: $3,994                      Cash on Hand: $967

Alice Clausing (D-Menomonie)

Clausing is a former teacher and guidance counselor who won election to the 10th District state Senate seat in 1992. She was defeated in a hard-fought election in 2000 by Republican Sheila Harsdorf. Following the election, she worked as a program outreach manager for UW-Stout until her retirement last year.


Treasurer: Howard Clausing
Total Receipts: $885                         Cash on Hand: $2,548

Gary L. Bakke, (D-New Richmond) http://www.bakkeforsenate.com

-- Bakke is a retired attorney from New Richmond, where he practiced law for mare than 37 years. He helped create the law firm, Bakke Norman, S.C. and served as president of the State Bar of Wisconsin in 2000-2001. He’s the candidate preferred by many Democratic insiders in Madison.

Endorsements: West Central Education Association.
Treasurer: Bonnie Irwin

Total Receipts: $4,619                      Cash on Hand: $3,250


Dennis Paulaha (D-Hudson ) http://www.dennispaulaha.com

-- Paulaha taught economics as a college professor and served as vice president of marketing and research for a national brokerage firm. Though he was born in Minneapolis, Paulaha has lived with his family in Hudson, Wis. for eight years.


Treasurer: Dennis Paulaha

Total Receipts: $100 (as of 6/30)       Cash on Hand: $100 (as of 6/30) 


SD 14

This district includes all of Green Lake and Waupaca counties, and parts of Outagamie, Waushara, Marquette. Sen. Bob Welch, R-Redgranite, will not seek re-election, running for U.S. Senate. - Republicans running in primary:

Roger D. Cross, (R-Waupaca)

-- Cross was administrator of the DMV for 12 years under the Thompson administration. He is a former Navy officer and the husband perennial state School Superintendent candidate and teacher Linda Cross.

Endorsements: Pro-Life Wisconsin

Treasurer: Paul Hagen
Total Receipts - $14,138                  Cash on Hand - $7,288

Luther S. Olsen, (R-Ripon)

-- Olsen, a former f
eed, seed, and fertilizer dealer, has represented the 41st Assembly District since 1994. He is a graduate of UW-Madison and is married with six children.

Endorsements -- Former state Sen. Joe Leean (R-Waupaca),
Rep. J.A. Hines (R) Oxford
Total Receipts - $26,826                  Cash on Hand -  $8,681

John C. Spillner Sr., (R-Montello)

Spillner, a longtime baseball, football and basketball coach has retired from a 31-year career teaching math and physical education. 
See a related story:

Treasurer: John Spillner
Total Receipts – N/A                       Cash on Hand - N/A



SD 16
This district includes parts of Columbia, Dane and Sauk counties. The seat will soon be vacated by former Senate Majority Leader Chuck Chvala, D-Madison, who in 2002 was charged with 20 felony counts, including extortion, misconduct in public office and filing false reports with the state Elections Board. - Dems running in primary:


Mark Miller (D-Monona) http://www.miller4wi.org

-- Rep. Mark Miller has served in the 48th Assembly District seat since 1998. Prior to his election to the Legislature, he served on the Dane County Board of Supervisors. Miller is a retired Lt. Colonel in the Wisconsin Air National Guard and has completed 30 years of active service.

Endorsements: Over 80 public officials have endorsed Miller, including Dane Co. Exec. Kathleen Falk, Madison Mayor Dave Cieslewicz, and state Reps. Terese Berceau and Sondy Pope-Roberts. See Web site for complete listing.


Treasurer: Mary Possin

Total Receipts: $41,754                  Cash on Hand: $67,530

Tom Hebl (D-Sun Prairie)

-- Rep. Tom Hebl has served in the Wisconsin Assembly since 1996 representing the 46th District. He currently lives in his hometown of Sun Prairie, where he and his 16 brothers and sisters were raised. Hebl started his Sun Prairie law firm Hebl, Hebl & Ripp, LLP with his brother Gary, who is running for Tom’s 46th Assembly district seat. 

Endorsements: State Sens. Roger Breske, Bob Jauch, Mark Meyer and Jeff Plale, State Reps. Frank Boyle, Pedro Colón, Lena Taylor, Dave Travis, Josh Zepnick and Barbara Toles, AFT-Wisconsin, United Transportation Union, Wisconsin Troopers’ Association.

Treasurer: Joe Conrad

Total Receipts: $89,201                   Cash on Hand: $87,971



SD 20
This district includes parts of Fond du Lac, Sheboygan, Dodge, Washington and Ozaukee counties. Senate Majority Leader Mary Panzer is being challenged by state Rep. Glenn Grothman.

Mary Panzer, (R-West Bend)


-- Sen. Mary Panzer was elected to the Assembly in a special election in 1980. She resigned in 1993 when she was elected to the Senate in a special election. She is a former banker and legislative analyst.


Endorsements: NRA, Wis. Restaurant Association, Wis. Farm Bureau Federation, State Sens. Dave Zien, Alan Lasee, Ron Brown, Joe Leibham, Carol Roessler, Carol Roessler, Cathy Stepp, Alberta Darling, Sheila Harsdorf, Scott Fitzgerald, former state Rep. Susan Vergeront, former First Wis. Lady Sue Ann Thompson, former Public Service Commission Chair Ave Bie.


Treasurer: George Prescott
Total Receipts: $54,500                     Cash on Hand: $50,096


Glenn Grothman, (R-West Bend) http://www.grothmanforsenate.com

-- Rep. Glenn Grothman has served as the state representative for the 58th Assembly District since a special election in 1993. He is a former practicing attorney.


Endorsements: State Reps. Judy Krawczyk, Becky Weber, Debi Towns, Frank Lasee, Daniel LeMahieu and Leah Vukmir. Wis. Right to Life, CRG Network, Pro-Life Wisconsin.


Treasurer: Thomas Landvater

Total Receipts: $2,417                       Cash on Hand: $47,920



SD 30
This district includes parts of Marinette, Oconto and Brown counties, including part of the city of Green Bay, and all of Oconto in Oconto County and Peshtigo and Marinette in Marinette County.
Eventual GOP nominee will challenge Sen. Dave Hansen, D-Green Bay.  Republicans running in primary:

Gary Drzewiecki (R-Pulaski)


-- Drzewiecki was elected in the 1992 election to gain the 30th State Senate seat, but later was defeated by current Sen. Dave Hansen.


Treasurer: Kal Kerlin
Total Receipts: $2,877                        Cash on Hand: $4,353  


David Steffen (R-Green Bay) http://www.votesteffen.com

-- Steffen has worked as a lobbyist for American Medical Security and led the Lambeau Field redevelopment campaign in 2000. For the past for years, Steffen has served as the director of external affairs for SBC Communications. He's also allied with U.S. Rep. Mark Green's organization.

Treasurer: Patty Graul

Total Receipts: $24,713 (as of 6/30)     Cash on Hand: $25,319 (as of 6/30)  




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