10th LD, House: Bruch will turn tide in Olympia

In the last few years I have become increasingly alarmed at the legislation handed down by our representatives in Olympia. The tide must change by us, the voters, and it appears we have an opportunity in the coming election to do just that.

I have met and interviewed Mr. Bill Bruch who is running for a House seat in Legislative District 10. I encourage you to vote for him. He is most especially committed to supporting our local economy. He will work for fiscal responsibility, preserving property and water rights, and supporting and improving education. At this unusual time, after the devastating effects of COVID-19, we more than ever need people of integrity and wisdom to represent us Washingtonians. We deserve a rapid, thoughtful, and wise return to our constitutional freedoms.

Kathryn Hayes


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