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I’m writing to encourage others to vote for Jack Micheau for mayor of Aberdeen.
I ask you for a moment, to close your eyes and try to imagine — for some of you it’s way back in the corners of your minds. For some it’s as fresh as yesterday.
A refreshing movement is sweeping our country. The political insiders, political strategists, elected and former elected representatives are being soundly rejected. Both political parties are being rejected by the majority of citizens. It’s refreshing to see new “non-politically correct” people moving to the top of the polls.
After a great deal of consideration I have changed out the election sign in my yard from what I allowed to be placed there four years ago. I am following up that decision by writing this letter of support for Montesano Mayoral Candidate Vini Samuel.
It’s time to consider the “Silent Majority” and how to get them involved if it doesn’t directly concern them.
I’ll be voting to re-elect Crystal Dingler as Mayor of Ocean Shores. Due to her level-headed leadership, the city is on the right track. I can attest to her industriousness, as we were both members of the Ocean Shores Library Board when the city dropped its funding due to financial constraints. We had to scramble to keep the library open through a difficult year, and I saw how hard Crystal worked at it.
I would like to express my personal opinion and observation of the Grays Harbor Port Commissioner No. 3. The present commissioner receives a retirement pension from the Hoquiam School District and now a salary from the North Beach School District. He has been a commissioner for 12 years and needs to retire.
When in the course of human events, you have a system so tightly tuned to the higher incomes that the ones at the low end get shafted.
Here is my overview of Bernie Sanders “Agenda for America” as put forth at: www.sanders.senate.gov/agenda/ . I hope to review it politely, and with consideration.
Smell that crude
Performance audits called for
South Bend services
Oil numbers don’t add up