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Five Questions with Lynne Dixon

Every Sunday, we'll publish a quick Q&A with someone from the local political world. Instead of touching on the latest in policy issues and proposed legislation, the intent is to catch a glimpse of the person behind the title. The interviews are done via email.

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Lynne Dixon celebrates a victory at the Erie County Republican Committee's campaign headquarters at the Adam's Mark Hotel in November 2009. (Derek Gee/ Buffalo News File Photo)

Lynne Dixon

The Basics:
Age: Ask Siri, she has all the answers.
Party: Independence
Job Title: Erie County Legislator, 9th District
Family: Husband, Tim.  Four children:  Jack, 14; Erin, 12; Owen, 9; and Caroline, 6. I am also blessed to still have my parents, as well as three siblings who all live in the area.
Town: I have lived in Hamburg for the past 14 years.
Education: West Virginia University, Bachelors in English.
Salary: $42,500

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