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Why Steve Bradshaw?

A county commissioner candidate should have experience and history with the county they are seeking to represent. This is crucial to decision making, understanding the needs of country residents, and applying their local experiences to county issues.

Commissioner Steve Bradshaw has been a Bonner County resident for 35 years. He knows the county, its people, what works and what doesn’t and how best to apply tax funds. No wonder he was unanimously endorsed by the Bonner County Republican Central Committee.

Don’t be fooled by newcomers to our state and county who want to bring change masked in the form of “qualified leadership” and must rely on inside handlers to feed them the information they don’t know about the county.

Please know that there will be only absentee ballot voting for the May 19th primary election. No polls will be open on election day – so you can only vote by absentee ballot. Please call Bonner County Elections Office at (208) 255-3631 to obtain an absentee ballot.

Be an educated voter. Vote to retain Commissioner Steve Bradshaw in the 2020 primary and general elections.

Gary Domke

Priest River


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