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Requesting your vote

This year's county recorder race presents a clear choice between two very different visions for County Government. I believe we can - and must - strive to improve services while reducing costs to taxpayers.

This year's county recorder race presents a clear choice between two very different visions for County Government. I believe we can - and must - strive to improve services while reducing costs to taxpayers.

My record as county land services director demonstrates that government can spend less and serve better. We integrated five departments into one, improved services dramatically, and reduced tax levy spending by 37 percent over seven years.

I am running for recorder to add my current land services duties to the county recorder position, as 14 Minnesota counties already have done. This common sense reform will improve services and save $500,000 in taxpayer spending over the next four years.

I am asking for your vote on Nov. 4, so together, we can continue improving service and reducing spending in county government. Thank you.

Mark Liedl

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Crow Wing County recorder candidate

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