Election: Homola knows needs of the 10th Legislative District

Even those of us who have had many years of living feel 2020 as a remarkable time of isolation, confusion and physical and emotional pain. Now, giving us hope, are outstanding leaders stepping forward, willing to serve with energy and courage. Angie Homola, candidate for Washington State House of Representatives, 10th District, is such a leader.

I will vote for Angie because she knows the needs of our community. She has lived here for over 20 years, schooling her kids here and working for community betterment. Unlike other candidates, her donations are predominately from people who live and vote here in the 10th District.

I will vote for Angie because she is qualified in training and experience. Angie holds a bachelor of science in architecture from WSU and a masters in environmental law and policy. She has served as chairwoman of the Island County Board of Commissioners. During the 2008 recession, Angie donated $30,000 in salary and benefits back to aid the county budget.

I will vote for Angie because her priorities will raise up our district and our state. She values honest government over politics and special interests. Angie will work for affordable housing and housing for the homeless, environmental protections, climate concerns, health care, social justice and academic and vocational education. Angie has demonstrated the skills and passion to get these things done.

Your vote will be critical in the months ahead in both local and national elections.

Gloria Koll


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