Nehring studies issues on county council to find solutions

I have never seen an elected official work harder to make a positive impact for constituents than our current County Councilman Nate Nehring. You would also be hard pressed to find someone who studies local issues and potential solutions more than he does. Nate has a wealth of experience gained from his time on the Snohomish County Council as well as through serving on several local boards and committees. This has given him critical insight into what is needed to make Snohomish County a better place to live and do business.

When you speak to and work with Councilman Nate Nehring you quickly discover that he has a rare ability to quickly understand key points regarding issues facing us as his constituents coupled with an understanding of how to find solutions and work on the council to implement them.

Nate is a truly principled individual of high character. He is endorsed by John Koster and Ken Klein who both served in this position prior to him and saw in him the same high level of competence and character that we as his constituents have. My family and I will be casting our vote to retain County Councilman Nate Nehring in the upcoming Aug. 1 election, and I hope that you will too. We need Nate to continue his great work for District 1 on the Snohomish County Council.

James Graves

Marysville

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