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    Election letter: Yes on Kennewick bond

    As a police officer in the Tri-Cities for more than 36 years, I have been a strong advocate of early learning and keeping our kids in school through graduation. Studies have shown that communities who support education and graduate their students from high school have less crime and more importantly...

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    Election letter: Consider the disabled

    I attended Desert Hills Middle School from 1995-98. I have Cerebral Palsy and use a wheelchair. Even though Desert Hills has handicap ramps to make access to buildings easier, it was still often difficult for me to move around campus in the wintertime back then.

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    Election letter: Levies in Burbank

    “An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest,” wrote Ben Franklin. Voters living within Columbia School District boundaries will be asked to continue their long-standing investment in the education of our youth. Ballots being mailed to our residents will include two propositions...

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    Election letter: No on Walla Walla pool

    I ask Walla Walla voters to think about the proposal of $5.7 million pool bond.

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    Election letter: Approve KSD bond

    Kennewick is growing like crazy! Why? It is a great place to live. When families move here, they look at a few things. They look at location, home prices and schools. When buying a home, they drive by the potential school for their new home. What does a large number of portables tell that potential...

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    Election letter: Approve KSD bond

    So why should anyone vote for the new school bond? The school district just finished remodeling some schools and now they ask for more tax dollars. That newly remodeled school on Highland Drive has two portables already. Couldn’t they plan better?

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    Election letter: Approve KDS bond

    I am now 96 years old and continue to support our local schools. I attended grades 1-8 in a one room schoolhouse in North Dakota. It was a community because the older students had to help teach the younger ones and we all encouraged each other. Community today means we need to support our students...

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    Election letter: Miller for commissioner

    I am voting for Rick Miller for Franklin County commissioner. When we as voters are expecting government to do more with fewer resources and expecting greater levels of accountability, Miller has proven over the last four years he is leading our county in the right direction. Miller believes that...

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    Election letter: Didier for Congress

    Some of the reasons to vote for Clint Didier:

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    Electin letter: Lathim for sheriff

    I have worked for Sheriff Lathim for all most 24 years. I have found him to be a man of humility and high moral character. He does not walk with a swagger of arrogance but with a distinguished head up and eyes looking forward, serving this county’s residents. Sheriff Lathim led the drive ...

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