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An honest and fair approach

Editor: Jack Froese has got my vote Nov. 19.  Why? He is a trusted and respected businessman with the leadership skills needed to lead council and Langley Township.

How do I know?  I've known Jack personally for over five years. I know those who work with him and they echo the same feeling I have.

I respect his honest, fair approach to everything he does and I know the man in the Mayoral seat will be the same man I know today.  Jack loves Langley and I'm convinced he is a mayor we can all be proud of.  I ask my fellow voters to visit jackfroese.com, read Jack's platform and contact him to answer any questions you may have.  Then come out and vote for him on Nov. 19.

Sarah Harvey

Langley

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