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Vote Pace for change

The time to vote for Spokane Valley City Council is fast approaching. It’s amazing to me, whether it’s on a national or local level, incumbents develop a sense of entitlement that eventually skews their thinking. They morph from representing “we the people” to representing larger and more costly government.

This is the case when you cast your ballot for Spokane Valley Council Position 4. A vote for Ed Pace, who has served in the U.S. Army and is a Vietnam veteran, means we will have someone committed to us, the citizens of Spokane Valley.

It’s time for a change! Vote Ed Pace.

Pete Miller

Spokane Valley


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