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Posted Feb. 13, 2009

Natalie Veissalov
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Two employees from the University of La Verne, Robin Carder and Donna Nasmyth, are running for seats on the La Verne City Council – and they could make history, as a woman has never been elected to serve on the La Verne City Council.

Both Carder and Nasmyth are running along with two other candidates for two open seats. The two have been friends for more than 10 years.

Carder does not see the campaign as a political race or “running against” Nasmyth. Actually, she sees it as a spot to fill to serve the city of La Verne, and also, a way for two women to work together with the rest of the council members and mayor.

“There is a possibility we can both make it through and that is comforting,” said Nasmyth, who has served the council since 2007 in an appointed position.

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