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Why am I running as a Democrat? Because I represent all those who are fiscally conservative and value local government as an important means for providing the services we need.
The County is especially important as a service provider; building and maintaining roadways, getting an ambulance to you if needed, running 911, and providing law enforcement and courts. And more! As a commissioner, I will work to ensure that all county services run smoothly and cost effectively.
Unfortunately, today’s county commission is following philosophies that the majority of County residents don’t fully agree with, and that tilt is spearheaded by Dan McDonald, the current District 3 Commissioner. They are making decisions privately, before public meetings and not making it easy for voters to follow their actions. Dan is leading them in directions that can undermine the clean air, water and cooperatively managed public lands that make our county special to live in and attractive for business and employees. We need to move county government back into the Bonner County mainstream.
All county voters cast ballots for all commissioners in November. The districts are ones where a candidate must live, not where voters must live. I ask for your vote in November, and promise to be a Commissioner who makes decisions with Bonner County businesses and residents as the priority.
Thank you. Be sure to vote in the primary, May 15, and in the general election on November 6. You can find information on voting elsewhere on this website.