City Council Stock 2

The Ames City Council conducting business on June 18. The council discussed property rental concerns in the wake of the repeal of the rental cap.

Dear Ames,

Rachel Junck is a fantastic candidate for Ward 4.

Ames needs a student vote, not just a voice, in local government, as the population is nearly 50 percent students.

Voting is a founding principle of democracy and leaving students without one renders them invisible.

Rachel will also represent Ames as a whole because she was born and raised here.

She knows exactly what the people of Ames need.

As a student myself, I am ecstatic to see Rachel stand up for our future as students at Iowa State and adults in the real world.

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