44th LD, House, Pos. 2: James has integrity, compassion

It is an honor of mine to recommend Mark James as our state representative for the 44th Legislative District. Mark currently serves on the Marysville City Council and owns a small business. Mark is also a U.S. Army military veteran. Mark is married and a father to three young men who are also in law enforcement.

He currently has the endorsement of the Washington Council for Police and Sheriffs as well as Human Life to name a few organizations.

Mark is thoughtful when answering questions about issues that face our citizens in the district. He will take the time to listen to all constituents and will treat you with kindness, love and compassion. Mark is focused on getting to solutions that are the best for as many as possible. He understands the importance of fiscal responsibility and will bring that expertise to the state level. He will be fair and balanced. He is willing to take on the tough challenges that we face such as the homelessness issue and the problem of drug addiction.

Mark is a servant to all and will listen to everyone on matters that are concerning to you. He is a person of high integrity and will make an excellent state rep. You will not be disappointed if you vote for Mark James as our next state representative for the 44th District.

Steve Chittenden

Everett

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