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Curtis Buckanaga, left, and Greg Paquin staff a protest sign at Sunday's DFL Central Committee meeting at Bemidji High School. Paquin is forming the political party "Warriors for Justice," provided he gets 500 petition signatures by June 1. If so, he would face Sen. Mary Olson, DFL-Bemidji, on the November ballot. Similarly, Nicole Beaulieu would also run under the "Warriors for Justice" banner as a Nov. 2 candidate against House 4A Rep. John Persell, DFL-Bemidji. Buckanaga is Beaulieu's campaign manager...

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Curtis Buckanaga, left, and Greg Paquin staff a protest sign at Sunday's DFL Central Committee meeting at Bemidji High School. Paquin is forming the political party "Warriors for Justice," provided he gets 500 petition signatures by June 1. If so, he would face Sen. Mary Olson, DFL-Bemidji, on the November ballot. Similarly, Nicole Beaulieu would also run under the "Warriors for Justice" banner as a Nov. 2 candidate against House 4A Rep. John Persell, DFL-Bemidji. Buckanaga is Beaulieu's campaign manager. Both candidates had earlier sought DFL endorsement. Pioneer Photo/Brad Swenson

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