Is it possible that tiny Inverness could play a major role in a statewide election? Perhaps so. Two of the nine initiative measures that qualified for the Nov. 6 ballot were the brainchilds of, and largely written by, Inverness residents.

Venture capitalist Tim Draper, a part-time resident of Inverness, was back in the news this year . . .

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