Called an anti-politician iconoclast who thinks outside the box, longtime Forest Knolls resident Alex East-Brown is running for state assembly for the second time, hoping to take over after incumbent Alyson Huber leaves office later this year.

With an academic sensibility and an unconventional yet passionate approach to politics, Mr. Easton-Brown wants to work . . .

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