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CMR has experience, ability

It was refreshing to read Earl Moore’s letter in the June 3 Spokesman-Review (“Great meetings with CMR”), when he gave a positive review of Cathy McMorris Rodgers’ accomplishments in Congress against the other three negative reviews about her.

It’s Groundhog Day in Spokane again and, just like the 2016 election when The Spokesman-Review and the Democratic Party had to wait until November 8th to crown Hillary Clinton as president, today we have to wait until November 6th to see what happens. Will it be a well-established candidate in CMR who has enough power in Congress to get things done and represent the people of Spokane? Or will it be Lisa Brown, who will go to the DC swamp and no doubt have to answer to Pelosi and Schumer?

The question that everyone has to ask themselves is, “What will Lisa Brown do that CMR hasn’t already done or will accomplish in the future?”

I, along with Earl Moore, will vote for Cathy McMorris Rodgers and I will also bring twelve members of my family with me.

Rebecca Barbieri

Spokane Valley



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