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Morton is a standout

I was very pleased to see that Jennifer Morton is running for Airway Heights City Council, Position 7.

I have known Jennifer for over ten years and have always been impressed with her energy and passion for public service. Her military service is exemplary, as are her many volunteer public service activities. Her enthusiasm for advanced education is demonstrated by her multiple degrees. She is, quite clearly, a listener and a doer!

With the growth in the West Plains and its impact on Airway Heights, Jennifer is the perfect person to take on the challenges faced by those areas. In addition, her years of military service make her the perfect city representative to partner with Fairchild Air Force Base. Armed with her energy, listening skills and a master’s degree in public administration, Jennifer Morton is the perfect choice for Airway Heights City Council, position 7.

Jim McDevitt

Spokane


 

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