Everett Council, Dist. 1: Fosse gets things done

I’m supporting Mary Fosse for Everett City Council District 1 because she is simply the best person for the job. She has all the professional and policy experience, plus grows food for the food bank, brings communities together, helps our schools, gets us sidewalks and cleans up our streets.

She not only walks the talk, but is a natural born leader and gets things done. When our neighbors were left out of the Asarco deal, she led a campaign and found $5.5 million for us, with more millions promised. If we want a city council that will actually do something and listen to us, we need Mary Fosse on it.

I’m really happy to have her as one of my neighbors and am even more thrilled she is running to represent us. Please turn in your ballots and vote for Mary Fosse by Nov. 2.

Gary Moreland

Everett

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