Correction 

Jennifer J. Johnson, a candidate in the Sept. 15 primary race for Salt Lake City Council District 3, is a high-technology marketing entrepeneur. She is also heterosexual. Her occupation and sexual orientation were misstated in “Facts & Fortunes” [Oct. 29, City Weekly]. City Weekly deeply regrets the error.
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