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Seth Freedland's illustrious career at the Daily Press began way back in the heady days of May 2006. A graduate of Northwestern University and a San Francisco Bay Area native, Freedland previously worked as political reporter and columnist for the Ukiah Daily Journal in Northern California. As much as he enjoys discussing politics, Freedland secretly hopes a debate breaks out on "Shad Plank" in which he can loudly defend Barry Bonds. Freedland has never lived in a commonwealth before; he finds it oddly comforting.