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Mitch Harper, who has been active in Republican politics since high school and interested even before that, is a city councilman now. But he hopes voters will give him another job in November -- one that will put him in the mayor's office in Citizens Square in downtown Fort Wayne.  (News-Sentinel photo by Kevin Leininger)
When I edited the New Haven High School Herald back in the early 1970s, a skinny underclassman's passion for Republican politics popped up in more than one story. His name was Mitch Harper, and he wants to be Fort Wayne's next mayor.
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