38th LD, Senate: Moody offers fresh perspective

Finally, someone who will represent the people and not special interests. Never has Everett, Tulalip and Marysville had such a sincere candidate willing to be a servant to his community. Bernard Moody, a person of color, is running in the 38th Legislative District Senate.

We need someone with a fresh perspective with relatable life experiences and June Robinson is not it. Bernard Moody on the other hand is not owned by special interests, has worked for decades in law enforcement and has experienced racism first hand. His donors are everyday citizens. He has been out meeting people and hearing their stories. June has been hiding and silent.

She has voiced no support for police and is afraid to support public safety. Bernard does not want any more jobs to leave our area but wants to create a favorable tax environment that will encourage business and not kill it. Robinson, along with all our other representatives and senators, have done nothing to represent us during this covid-1919 crisis. And this next budget year, they will crush us with an income tax. We need to send someone to Olympia who has a heart for the people and a desire to protect us. Bernard Moody is that someone.

Lisa D’Andrea


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