Letter: ‘Got what it takes’

October 2, 2022

Denise Krause is running for Jackson County Commissioner. She will work for you. She knows what it takes to run a complex, multi-million-dollar organization. With 25 year’s experience in health care and state government, she knows how to motivate people to be innovative and think outside of the box for solutions to challenging problems. New thinking in county administration is what we need to address the issues we face every day.

Denise will make Jackson County work for you. Our three county commissioners could do so much more for the citizens of the county. First, they could be more visible to the people who pay their salaries. In walking door-to-door for Denise, unless they worked for the county, not a single person knew what a commissioner did or their names. Denise will get out into our Rogue Valley communities, hosting town halls to find out what’s working and what isn’t working. You will know who she is. She will listen, tell you when she does not know the answer and get back with you.

Denise is working right now to get elected. I have run for office before and know what it takes to get elected. A lot of long days and nights meeting with mayors, attending Sheriff town halls, walking Bear Creek, taking a tour of the county jail, meeting with the Jackson County Housing Authority, meeting with Rogue Retreat and more.

Denise is looking for common ground so she can use common sense to solve issues that affect use all.

Elect Denise Krause November 8. Vote.

Regina Ayars

Ashland

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