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Suggestions for voters

People are becoming concerned about the upcoming primary and general elections. The three incumbent Washington State Supreme Court justices up for election should be replaced. May I suggest Greg Zempel replace Barbara Madsen, Dave Larsen replace Charles Wiggins and Gonzaga law professor David DeWolf replace Mary Yu?

The incumbents have displayed judicial activism and judicial overreach. Check out Ballotpedia or CandidateVerification.org.

Equally as important are the federal Supreme Court justices to be appointed by the next elected president. Up to three justices could be appointed in the next four-year term. Their decisions could drastically affect your future and your children’s children’s future. Be discerning. Just as crucial is the next commander in chief, preferably one who knows who the enemy is and what a corpsman is.

Locally, there are some disputed races for Spokane County commissioners. It you value your property, purse and personal liberties, vote to retain Nancy McLaughlin and Shelly O’Quinn.

Ray Kuhn

Spokane



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