Meet and greet set for DFL candidate Jennifer Schultz

The meet and greet is planned for Oct. 22.

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BRAINERD — There will be a meet and greet event for Jennifer Schultz, DFL candidate for the 8th District House of Representatives seat, 1-3 p.m., Oct. 22, at the Brainerd High School cafeteria.

A debate between Schultz and Rep. Pete Stauber is scheduled for the Monday, Oct. 24, at Madden’s Resort.

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