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Oct 31 2013
D.C. Staff Changes Include One Born in Kodiak PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 31 October 2013

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             There have been some staff shuffles in Alaska’s D.C. delegation recently. After three years as Senator Lisa Murkowski’s press secretary, Matthew Shuckerow will join now join Congressman Don Young’s team in the same capacity. Shuckerow was born in Kodiak, raised in Anchorage and graduated from Dimond High School. He replaces Mike Anderson, who will be joining the Dan Sullivan for Senate campaign here in Alaska.
              In Murkowski’s office, Taylor Thompson will replace Shuckerow. Thompson, a graduate of West High School in Anchorage, has already been working in Murkowski’s office for a year and a half.

 

 
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