County auditor: Fell fair, honest and qualified

Garth Fell is by far the best candidate for the position of Snohomish County Auditor. I am fortunate to have worked 26 years in Voter Registration and Elections in the auditor’s office, more than nine of these years for Garth and I have the highest regard for him. He is fair, dedicated, honest, genuine and highly qualified. Garth strives to bring out the best in people; he plans ahead and takes into account all sides of any situation.

Visit his web site at and read his extensive, far-reaching list of endorsements and letters of support by knowledgeable and well-respected community leaders, both local and state-wide. See his statement in Snohomish County’s voter pamphlet.

Garth’s high level of accuracy and competency are well referenced by his record in elections and all aspects of the auditor’s office.

Yes, dear voters, integrity, strong character, experience, vision, knowledge and skill really are so very important. This is why I am asking you to join me in voting for Garth Fell, Auditor, Snohomish County.

Dianna Harper


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