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Conklin stood tall during crisis

After the shooting last January, county Supervisor Bruce Conklin fielded calls from the rather distraught public during a “community therapy session” on the radio .

Conklin’s calm strong insight grounded the discussion and kept it on a healing path. I felt proud to be part of this community, and I knew my vote for him had been well placed. Leadership, integrity and talent are often hard to find in one public figure, but Supervisor Bruce Conklin had all three of them in that crisis, and greatly so.

I cherish my vote. It will go to Bruce Conklin this upcoming Election Day.

Dan Scanlan

Grass Valley

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