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June Rogers for City Council

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To the editor: June Rogers, as a long-time resident of Fairbanks, is heavily invested in the betterment of our community. As city councilwoman, Seat B, since 2016, June has worked tirelessly as an advocate for social service programs including prisoner reentry, housing and homeless, and the Mental Health Trust.

As a candidate with strong progressive values, it is important that we reelect June to the Fairbanks City Council Seat B in order to continue making progress in the Golden Heart City — the city we call our home.

Please vote by Oct. 5 and make your voice heard.


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