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Christian the qualified choice

Leonard Christian and I have worked together as realtors since he retired from the Air Force in 2005, and he knows the Spokane real estate market. My business is extremely important to me and Leonard is one of just a few agents I have trusted to cover for me when I am out of town. He is a consistent professional who takes pride in even the smallest details and treats everyone with kindness and respect.

I know Leonard will bring that same high level of customer service, accuracy and professionalism to the Assessor’s office. Leonard Christian has served his country with pride and is the only candidate with the college education and leadership skills one would expect an executive level manager to have.

I’m Brian Anderson and I will be supporting Leonard Christian for Spokane County assessor.

Brian Anderson



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