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Politics and getting along

I have lived most of my 84 years here in Spokane. We are fortunate to call such a caring community our home. We could not have better next-door neighbors. At least one of my neighbors is a Trump supporter. We are not. We all know that. That neighbor put up a Trump yard sign but in a location where we could not see it from our place. We get along fine because, well, life is better when we get along fine.

Lisa is like that but Cathy is not with her repeated inflammatory political advertisements. Lisa will really try to represent us all. Cathy does not even try. Besides, Lisa has an absolutely outstanding background for the job.

Not voting is a way to show disgust but gives your power to those who do vote. Please vote. Your vote just might pick the winner.

Allan deLaubenfels

Spokane Valley

 

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