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I back Jack

Dear Editor:I first was introduced to Jack Johnson as someone you want to know in Aspen if you want to be involved in the Aspen community.He is the man you call if you missed NPR one morning or were out of town and wanted to catch up on local politics. He has never offered personal opinions on issues, but likewise describes both sides of any issue.His experience in political activism and local projects has laid the groundwork for him to step into shoes of leadership in Aspen. Johnson would not only make an excellent City Council person, but also an excellent representative for what Aspen was originally founded on – a medium between intellect and leisure.I love living in Aspen because of its diversity and vibrant heartbeat that works as a community together. Johnson believes in those same values, and why Sheldon Fingerman has never heard of Jack, I can’t explain – maybe he doesn’t frequent public hearings or gatherings.Johnson has been nominated as volunteer of the year and has been recognized for his volunteer efforts in Aspen on several occasions. He believes in a real sense of community and can represent a vast majority on all playing fields. I trust Johnson to represent me, and I urge you to do the same. Kathleen MilbrathAspen

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