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“FOOD, WATER & SHELTER ALL DISAPPEARING-Time For Change”

10/1/22, 5:53 PM

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“FOOD, WATER & SHELTER ALL DISAPPEARING-Time For Change”

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The race is heating up for Jefferson County Commissioner (Incumbent) Mae Huston’s seat on the Board.

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Commissioner Huston’s position is being challenged by Cattle Rancher Mark Wunsch.

Wunsch spent the afternoon Meeting and Greeting Crooked River Ranch residents on 43rd and Chinook. He listened to their concerns, answered their questions and passed out yard signs.

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Mark understands that “food, water and shelter are disappearing and the middle class can’t make it right now.” He quickly added, “TIME FOR CHANGE.”

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Wunsch will be attending a Meet & Greet next Saturday, October 8, at the Oregon Feed & Irrigation in Redmond from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM.

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Ranch Matters Staff