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    Election letter: Yes on Prop. 14-7

    Proposition 14-7: Yes

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    Election letter: Yes on Prop. 14-7

    As a Boy Scout, I’ve enjoyed biking, hiking and enjoying the outdoors. I would gladly give up a video game cost to be able to enjoy the outdoors. Most people enjoy the outdoors and if you don’t then that $12 is $12 for the greater good of the people. So why not, it’s the outdoors...

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    Election letter: Yes on Prop. 14-7

    I think that Proposition 14-7 is a good idea because it will prevent our planet from some pollution. However, even $12 more of yearly taxes could create substantial trouble with some people. I think it’s a good idea, but the taxes could be lowered and then more people would vote for it.

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    Election letter: Yes on Prop. 14-7

    I agree with the new Proposition 14-7 fund. I agree for many reasons, one of which is that it’s only $12 a year! I mean, come on, you can spare that much just for nature. I know that people can be touchy about money and stuff but we actually need trees more than money. And furthermore, have...

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    Election letter: Yes on Prop. 14-7

    Do you like to hike or run? Then pay the $12 to expand your run/hiking trails. What is $12? You can skip a movie or a meal at a fast food restaurant.

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    Election letter: Brown for Senate

    Thank you Sharon Brown for hitting the floor running when appointed to fill Senator Delvin’s position in the Washington state Senate.

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    Election letter: McKinley for Senate

    Your tepid endorsement of Sharon Brown for state Senator states that you “have yet to see her shine as brightly as expected” and that, (assuming she is elected) she will have to make “tough choices.”

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    Election letter: Raymond for sheriff

    I would like to commend Jim Raymond on his race for Franklin County sheriff. He let us all know early on that he was not going to resort to negative political tactics or mud-slinging to win the election, and that is exactly what he has done.

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    Election letter: Spencer for assessor

    The job of county assessor is not a partisan job. The bottom line is the best school administrators are those who have actually spent time in the classroom teaching kids, the best coaches are those who have actually played the sport, and the best person for the job of county assessor would be someone...

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    Election letter: Not Small

    We have recently heard a radio advertisements promoting Shon Small for Benton Country Commissioner. In the advertisement Mr. Small says he will work to protect county residents.

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