Letter: ‘Denise Krause is solution-oriented’

October 29, 2022

With so little coverage by our local newspaper or broadcast media, it’s disheartening so few voters know what’s going on with our county commission. Our current commissioners do little to help. Town halls happen rarely, if ever.

You’ll no longer be in the dark if we elect Denise Krause to the commission. Over the past six months, she has traveled the county to meet with citizens and discuss their concerns over catastrophic wildfire, water challenges, illegal cannabis, homelessness and mental health. 

If elected, Denise will hold monthly town hall-style meetings across the county to hear constituents’ concerns and ideas, and to stay in touch with the residents, both rural and urban.

Denise is solution-oriented and wants to hear your ideas for solving the thorny problems we face in our county. Please vote for Denise Krause for Jackson County Commission, Position 1.

She has to be our pick for county commissioner. Town halls regularly and keeping us updated consistently.

Kerry J. Carpenter

Medford

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