Election letter: Pasco strong mayor -- No

October 7, 2013 

For almost 50 years, the city of Pasco has been well served by our council-manager form of government. It amazes me that people, who have absolutely no interest in being annexed into the city of Pasco, believe that the current form of city government should be changed.

Pasco has thrived during the last few decades -- especially when you consider the rapid growth of the city. Pasco's success is the product of deliberate strategies and efforts between the city council and our professional administration. We need to keep personal political agendas out of city hall and continue to do what is best for Pasco. Join me in preserving Pasco by voting no on Proposition 2.


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