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Olmsted County District 3 candidates record videos related to budget priorities

The two candidates for the commissioner district seat were asked how they would make county budget decisions. Here’s what they said.

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Olmsted County District 3 candidates Karl Johnson (left) and Gregg Wright (right).
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ROCHESTER — The two candidates for Olmsted County District 3 commissionerGregg Wright and Karl Johnson – were asked to provide responses to a question designed to help introduce them to voters

The question posed was: Budget challenges connected to the COVID-19 pandemic continue. What do you consider to be the chief priority when making decisions about future county budgets?

The Post Bulletin requested a video response of up to 90 seconds in length from each candidate. Here are the responses we received:

Gregg Wright

Karl Johnson

The candidates for the seat will be on the Nov. 8 general election ballot.

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Watch postbulletin.com for more candidate questions and responses as the election approaches.

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Randy Petersen joined the Post Bulletin in 2014 and became the local government reporter in 2017. An Elkton native, he's worked for a variety of Midwest papers as reporter, photographer and editor since graduating from Winona State University in 1996. Readers can reach Randy at 507-285-7709 or rpetersen@postbulletin.com.
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