Nehring has proved he belongs on county council

I am writing this letter in support of Snohomish County Councilman Nate Nehring. In his first several months as our District 1 representative on the county council, his actions by careful study on key issues facing our county such as defending property rights, helping small business and voting issues to save taxpayers millions of dollars have proved him to be a thoughtful and effective county council member.

I am very impressed by how Nate handles himself. His steadfast demeanor, high level of integrity and willingness to work with all parties make the voting decision an easy one. My family and I will be casting our votes to retain Nate Nehring as our District 1 representative on the Snohomish County Council. I hope you will join us with your vote for Nate and keep the county in moving in the right direction.

Bryan Ness


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