10th LD, House, Position 1: Homola will represent us best

I have known and worked with Angie Homola for a number of years since moving to Coupeville. She worked tirelessly during the last financial downturn as a county commissioner, getting the county back on track to a better future, including donating $30,000 of her salary.

She is always prepared and does her homework on complicated issues such as climate change, fish pen management and veterans services. Most important, Angie will have the passion and conviction to move good legislation forward.

Angie and her family have been part of this community for over 20 years, with Jerry at the naval station and their children attending Oak Harbor schools. I know she will represent all of our needs in Island and Skagit County and work on behalf of the people in our district.

Angie has the experience to hit the ground running. She is approachable and will pick up the phone if you call her! She will draw on her experience as an Island County Commissioner as well as her work in lobbying in Olympia for great causes this island needs to address.

Angie Homola has earned our respect and trust, and I know she will represent us well in the 10th Legislative District as our state representative. I encourage you to spend a few minutes visiting her website, www.angieforall.com.

Join me in voting for Angie Homola for state representative.

Gary McIntyre

Coupeville

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