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Wolfe for assessor

CJ Wolfe is the man for Stevens County assessor.

We have known Wolfe for 28 years. We have watched him at work interacting with people, always with intent and interest.

His goal is to come up with favorable and positive solutions to any question asked of him. He is willing to listen and will do his best to help with ideas and solutions to problems that might arise.

Wolfe is already working in the assessor’s office. He has learned his job well from current workers there and the current assessor. Wolfe has picked up all the computer skills it takes to run the office. Wolfe is now working hard on a satellite office for the Suncrest area.

We believe Wolfe will run the office of Stevens County assessor the way he runs his life, with integrity and wisdom. He is already there. Let’s vote for him in November.

Jerry and Carolyn Hern

Kettle Falls, Wash.


 

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