Hire Endicott by voting

Irene Endicott is the best candidate for us to hire with our votes for our state representative from the 44th District. Having attended the debate at Merrill Gardens, I had an opportunity to listen to the agendas of both candidates. I am particularly impressed with the fact that Irene Endicott would like to get on the education committee and find out why, with almost 50 percent of the state budget going to education why more money is not filtering down to the teachers. She wants to find out where the money went to correct the problems on Highway 522, which is called one of the most dangerous in the nation. She is frugal with her money and wants to be frugal with our tax dollars. Having lived a good portion of her life in Snohomish County she wants to improve traffic congestion. So often we voters have had to vote for the “lesser of two evils.” When we have such an outstanding candidate for the job who is willing to do the job for us, we need to hire Irene Endicott by voting for Irene Endicott.

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