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First openly transgender woman running for public office in Johnston County is also a disabled veteran and struggles to be accepted

Wendy Ella May, a disabled veteran, has been a fire fighter, EMT, paramedic and farmer and is currently running for county commissioner in Johnston County, N.C. She is the first openly transgender woman to run for public office there and campaigns from town to town facing a mix of opposition and openness.
jmiller@mcclatchy.com