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Advertise your strengths

I want to give a suggestion to Lisa Brown and Cathy McMorris Rodgers. I suggest you take a look at Michael Baumgartner’s commercials. This candidate only speaks of what he has done. It’s beginning to hurt my ears each time either woman airs an ad.

Lisa started the negative ads almost right out of the gate. I was impressed that Cathy did not start them. Unfortunately, she soon hopped on board. Now, when the gals’ commercials air, I have to cover my ears.

If a candidate cannot stand on their own strengths, why would I want to vote for them?

Diane Chasse

Spokane

 

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