Ive been here for 20 years now and … Im not going to leave. This is my home. Christensen is asking voters of his adoptive hometown to go to the official site polls May 2 and give him a second term on the Lincoln City Council. He was born in Washington, D.C., but left by age 2. His family moved every few years stopping in upstate New York, Utah, Arizona, Indiana and Idaho. His sophomore year of high school, Christensen pried a promise from his dad: No more moving until he graduated. The day of my high school graduation, we loaded up a U-Haul truck and moved to Alabama, click this link now he said. From then on, Christensen forged his own path. He spent two years in Chile doing mission work with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and speaks Spanish fluently.
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