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Yesterday I mentioned JM and Zaneta who had won the comment contest for February.
Zaneta said the trio also accompanied her on her first voting adventure yesterday.
Zaneta said that along with her husband, her mother in-law Barbara Rando, chairwoman of the city's Zoning Board of Appeals and her father in-law Stephen Rando, Jr., a School Committee member, helped her in every way on the long road to citizenship.
Zaneta said she first visited to the United States in 1999 on an au pair visa.
Stephen said Monday that the opportunity to vote was one of the privileges Zaneta looked forward to the most after she gained her citizenship.
Zaneta officially became a citizen in May 2008, sworn in at a ceremony at Faneuil Hall in Boston.
"I am beyond being lucky to be in this family, because they are amazing," Zaneta said.
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