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Mikel Johnson, the Democratic contender for the open county commission seat, said that the best way to assess what people think on an issue is to put it to a vote. Johnson says he agrees that the county needs its new office building because he has seen first hand what bad shape the current building is in. He said that if he is elected, he will resign as a county employee and work as a full-time commissioner. Johnson said that he thinks the top issue facing the county is to hold on to its water supply. He admitted that he has no specific ideas on how to promote economic development, but stressed that the water supply is of paramount importance. He added that he is more than willing to work with the college for mutual promotion, but also thinks that it is "a two-way street," saying that USU could do more outreach. in the community. Johnson also supports the fossils fuels industries.

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