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Shea represents constituents

Our state representatives take an oath of office to uphold the U.S. Constitution and the Constitution of Washington state. State Rep. Matt Shea is upholding his oath by fighting for our rights, freedoms and liberties.

His methods may be controversial, which makes news, but he has the concerns of the people he represents. He supports how the government is supposed to be, not necessarily how it has become. He has integrity and values, the input and issues of the people.

Matt has enacted legislation and supported bills that the people have presented to him, fighting diligently to stop oppressive government, reduce taxes and promote freedom with hope for the future.

Steve Puccio



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