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Fagan needed on council

Mike Fagan is running for re-election to the Spokane City Council. Mike has been under a lot of criticism lately, but he has stood firm. The criticism is because he has stuck to his values, not because he has done anything wrong. Actually, it’s other council members who should be looked at for wrongdoing.

I don’t want to get into any of that now. What I would like to say is I support and endorse Mike for re-election. I have known Mike for several years, and he is one of those rare politicians who sticks to his values, and to ours. Mike does this no matter the pressure the other council members place on him. He can do this because he knows he is doing the right thing. This is exactly what we need on the Spokane City Council.

I know I live in Springdale. I do care about Spokane. I have friends there, and I spend money there. What happens in Spokane affects all of us in the neighboring counties. I ask you to vote for Mike. Mike Fagan is exactly what we need on the Spokane City Council.

Mike Brunson

Springdale, Wash.



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