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First of all, thank you for your interest and participation in Ballotpedia! The information you contributed yesterday on Sarvis' candidacy was tremendously helpful to our election coverage. Secondly, I want to give you a heads up about a few minor changes I made after reviewing your edits in order to ensure the page adheres to BP's writing standards. You'll notice if you look into the revision history of Sarvis' profile page that I re-tooled your reference-citation code to fit BP's (instead of Wikipedia's) citation conventions, modified the biography section text you appear to have copied and pasted from Sarvis' official campaign website, moved the information about his family from biography down to a separate "Personal" section, and then cited the campaign website as the source of the new content.
For future reference, here are a couple pages outlining the writing guidelines for editing on the wiki: