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Erickson is qualified

Crow Wing County auditor-treasurer. There is a big misconception in Crow Wing County as to whether or not this position is a political position. It is not, it is a management position.

Crow Wing County auditor-treasurer. There is a big misconception in Crow Wing County as to whether or not this position is a political position. It is not, it is a management position.

Deborah Goble Erickson is the only qualified candidate for this position. She is a graduate of Brainerd High School, graduate of St. Scholastica College earning a BA in business management, she is a certified property tax administrator, a certified elections administrator, member of the Minnesota Association of County Officers and chair of the Elections Committee for the Minnesota Association of County Officers.

Deborah has over 20 years experience serving Crow Wing County, she has the knowledge, experience and desire to lead the auditor-treasurer office in continuing to provide excellent customer service. Some of her current responsibilities are taxpayer service manager, responsible for property tax calculation and collections, budgeting, elections, voter registration, real estate transfer, vital records, passport administration and business licensing.

Need I say more? Her qualifications speak for her. As a resident of Crow County I believe that we deserve an auditor-treasurer with knowledge, experience and commitment to serve with excellence.

Thank you for your support and remember to vote Erickson Nov. 4.

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Mary Ann Hauck Erickson

Rural Jenkins

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