Julie Schleier

Wood County Indivisible

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Julie Schleier is a member of Wood County Indivisible in West Virginia, a progressive group that was founded after the 2016 elections. She suffers from ankylosing spondylitis, an autoimmune disorder that made her completely reliant on Obamacare for her medications.

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