County Council, Dist. 1: Nehring works for district, county

My family is Marysville-grown and I have observed local government for many years; the good, the bad and the ugly. I want to express my overwhelming support for my County Council member Nate Nehring. I tend to focus on results, and it is amazing to see the energy and effort Nehring puts into the many pressing issues facing our county.

These issues inevitably spill over and impact the entire state. Watching how Nehring worked with other community leaders to bring the Regional Apprentice Program to Marysville-Pilchuck High School is an example of what truly can be accomplished if our leaders are willing to discuss ideas and provide an avenue for collaboration. Very impressive and a bold statement to the students, our future leaders.

Many people feel as though politics and politicians are all a part of some game that is rigged against the little guy, but I can confidently say that Nate works hard for all his constituents and deserves your vote for re-election.

Peter Condyles


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