Supporting Nehring, Shaw and Sheldon in primary election

Be safe and stay safe! You will be safe, and you will stay safe if you vote for Nate Nehring, Clarence Shaw and Ray Sheldon, like I am. We want Nehring to be re-elected to the Snohomish County Council, and we want Shaw and Sheldon to be elected to the Marysville School Board of Directors!

All three have exemplary leadership skills. I know all three as true, caring, kind, sincere friends. They will serve our great county and city to a higher degree and much more than others have done in the past years, even though Nehring has been serving on the Snohomish County Council before this writing. These three men aren’t running just to get their names in print.

By the way, Don Hatch spent 16 hard-working years on the Masrsville School Board for the betterment of the students’ future! Praying that Shaw and Sheldon will do the same thing for our fine schools in Marysville. I’m already proudly displaying yard signs for Nehring, Shaw and Sheldon and I hope that you will do the same thing for Snohomish County, and for the City of Marysville!

Laurel Lundgren Parratt


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