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Anthony is creative, courageous

I have never known Robbi Katherine Anthony by any other name, but that would have not mattered to me. Regardless of what her name is, it only takes one conversation with her to know that she has a beautiful mind. It takes a special kind of someone to literally invent things (she has patents!), maintain multiple businesses and have the courage to run for county commissioner, all at the age of 26. Be she young or old, the people of Spokane County would be lucky to have her as a commissioner. I know I am lucky and endlessly grateful to have her as one of my best friends.

I am also grateful that Al French has been running a clean campaign against her. It would perhaps be easy to assume that his campaign would resort to cheap insults at her personally and they have not. I hope this positive trend continues and I am happy to see that Spokane County welcomes change in local politics.


Chelsea Craig



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