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Who is Dave Wilson?

I have known Dave Wilson for over 6 years. Following are the character traits that I’ve observed in him.

Integrity – Dave is Dave. He’s exactly the same person in public as in private…Authentic and down to earth. He lives by solid core principles. He doesn’t preach about them, but he’ll certainly tell you about them if you ask.

Experienced – Dave founded Interface Computer School and built it into a state certified College. He co-founded People for Effective Government (PEG). He has served on numerous boards and commissions, including at the national level.

Hard work – Dave is a tireless worker. He has been all of his life. Now he wants to work tirelessly in Congress for the people of Eastern Washington.

Open-minded – Dave is a lifelong learner. He welcomes input and new information. In fact, he seeks it out. He can change his mind. I’ve literally seen him do it. He is smart and savvy, but not rigid.

Clean campaigner – Dave does not (and will not) take contributions from corporations. He very strongly supports campaign finance reform. It will be one of his main focus areas in Congress.

I urge you to get to know Dave yourself at ElectDaveWilson.com and vote for him this year.

Jim Lee

Spokane


 

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