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MAYOR'S DEBATE: How have our efforts been at Grand Forks Air Force Base?

A mayoral debate, hosted by the Grand Forks Herald at the Empire Arts Center, pitted incumbent Mike Brown against his challenger, City Council member Terry Bjerke.

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Mike Brown (left) and Terry Bjerke answer questions during Tuesday evenings mayoral debate at the Empire Arts Center. Jesse Trelstad/ Grand Forks Herald

A mayoral debate, hosted by the Grand Forks Herald at the Empire Arts Center, pitted incumbent Mike Brown against his challenger, City Council member Terry Bjerke.

Here is the third question the candidates were asked: "Have our efforts for fighting for Grand Forks Air Force Base been effective or should our approach be reevaluated?"

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