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Liberal Jean Yip on her byelection victory & winning her late husband's seat
For Jean Yip, it was an emotional win after a year of loss. She takes over the seat held by her late husband Arnold Chan, who died a few months ago from cancer. We spoke to Yip about carrying on her husband's legacy. Watch now.
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