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A distant cousin of the Livernois clan, Stevenson's heritage can be traced back to some of the original Ketarian colonists. Her 20-year history in government service illustrates a record of working to promote inclusivity and equal representation for all Ketarian citizens and refugee populations.
 
A distant cousin of the Livernois clan, Stevenson's heritage can be traced back to some of the original Ketarian colonists. Her 20-year history in government service illustrates a record of working to promote inclusivity and equal representation for all Ketarian citizens and refugee populations.
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Representative Caroline Stevenson

  • Species: Human
  • Age and Gender: 55, female
  • Ally of Representative Tessara/sympathetic to refugees

A distant cousin of the Livernois clan, Stevenson's heritage can be traced back to some of the original Ketarian colonists. Her 20-year history in government service illustrates a record of working to promote inclusivity and equal representation for all Ketarian citizens and refugee populations.