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LETTER TO THE EDITOR

Posted October 19, 2020

 

Dear Editor:
 

There are five candidates running for DeWitt County Board who are honest, hardworking and are currently responsible members of the DeWitt County Board.

 

They believe in DeWitt County and understand the duties that go along with being a responsible board member. They are for economic growth, against increasing tax burdens, have been active members of our community, and will continue to do a great job for DeWitt County.

 

Vote for Camille Redman and Lance Reece in "District A" and Dave Newberg, Scott Nimmo, and Jay Wickenhouser in "District C"  Experience counts!

 

Steven Paddock
Clinton, Il

    

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