Letter: ‘Highly capable, hard-working, intelligent, and personable’

November 8, 2022

Experienced and ready to work for all of us, Dr. Denise Krause has a Ph.D. in preventive medicine and retired from a 25-year career in health care. She was a professor of epidemiology, a published researcher, and a high-level administrator, who managed a large organization with a multi-million budget.

She has a track record of bringing people together to work on complex projects. Her employees and students were highly complimentary of her leadership and mentoring abilities. Currently, she is a public health consultant and has a small farm.

Her opponent has a law degree but has not practiced law.

Dr. Krause is a people person who has the skills and the expertise we need. She is highly capable, hard-working, intelligent, and personable leader. She is a unifier who will put party aside to work for all residents of Jackson County. She will raise the bar on the county commission.

Jackson County needs Dr. Denise Krause for county commissioner.

Delores Nims

Ashland

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