“Voter Guide 2020” in the Sept. 17 issue of the Kanabec County Times contained an error in a candidate’s response. 

On page 14, the Times inadvertently included a paragraph in candidate Michelle Lee’s section that was a response from a different candidate in a different race. 

The third paragraph starting “The second priority is to update the county Comprehensive Plan...” was not a response from Lee. 

It is for this reason, the Kanabec County Times is re-publishing responses from both candidates in the race for Minnesota Senate District 11. 

Please see the candidates’ responses at right. 

The Kanabec County Times apologizes for this error. The Times is committed to accuracy. If you have a correction or clarification, please contact the editor either by phone at (320) 225-5128 or via e-mail at editor@moraminn.com.

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Jordane Leannon

Sometimes it gives so many problems while we got problems with our voter guide errors. It is similar to when I applied for my voter id and there were many problems in my ID. I had to apply for the job of an essay writer at https://essayreviewexpert.com/review/edubirdie/ website but due to the problems in my voter ID, they rejected my application. That's why it is very important to fix these before its too late.

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