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Dave Wilson for promising future

The primary election for the state of Washington is August 7. The 6th District needs the best representative possible to help solve the problems facing Eastern Washington. Dave Wilson (D) is that best choice.

Here is a man who is keenly aware of the need to focus on education for the future. His experience as the founder and owner of Interface Computer School and as an education consultant qualifies him to become a strong voice in the legislature in support of education, whether it be early childhood, primary, secondary or post-secondary.

Dave Wilson’s background in business can help him bring more living-wage jobs to the area. Despite low unemployment numbers, many young people in the 6th District lack full-time jobs that pay above the minimum wage. Wilson will advocate for higher-paying jobs.

There are myriad concerns for the legislature to address, including health care, public safety, infrastructure, agriculture and the environment. Dave Wilson is the best choice among the candidates to address these crucial issues.

As retired educators and longtime residents of the 6th District, we urge you to vote for Dave Wilson August 7, for a more promising future.

Dean and Kim Rieken



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