Carlow is a 55-year-old small business owner from Plainview who is playing up her status as a political newcomer in an election year where anti-incumbent fervor runs high. She was not her party’s first pick, but she won the Democratic nod after David Mejias dropped out of the race due to his stalking arrest.
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