10th LD, House, Pos. 1: Homola can get things done

As Island County Commissioner, Angie Homola listened to my concerns. Each time I contacted her about issues affecting our community, Homola strived to address those concerns.

During the recession, Homola helped Island County move forward, despite the drastic reductions in funding. What I like about Homola is her eagerness to address the problems the county faced by researching and understanding the facts and then doing something about them. Thanks to Homola, Island County didn’t falter during the recession and our quality of life remained intact.

Now I will vote for Homola for Washington state House Representative in the 10th Legislative District to preserve our quality of life. She has demonstrated her willingness to work for constituents.

Homola will look at problems from a well-rounded perspective and through studying, understanding, and evaluating the issues. She will find solutions that maintain and improve our quality of life in all areas.

Angie Homola deserves our vote to represent us as. She knows how to get things done.

Val Schroeder

Camano Island

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