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ANCHORAGE - Paralegal Clifford Greene of Ketchikan won Tuesday's Democratic primary race to challenge U.S. Rep. Don Young in the general election.
Young faced no challengers in the GOP primary. Greene won his party's primary with 33 percent of the open ballot vote, beating out fellow Democrats Dae Miles of Fairbanks and Frank Vondersaar of Homer.
Also on the November ballot will be Green Party of Alaska candidate Anna Young, who won 20 percent of the open ballot vote Tuesday, Jim Dore, an Alaskan Independence Party candidate who won 16 percent, and Libertarian Leonard Karpinski, who won 5 percent.