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Bauer, Danielson have my vote

Having lived in Kitsap County for more than 30 years I have witnessed many changes, from land used for cow pastures to shopping malls. Having children born and seeing what really matters in life, grandchildren and their futures.

Politics can get mixed up sometimes, supporting positions but perhaps not the best qualified. Supporting a person, but with no knowledge of where they stand. The older I get, it appears to me the most needed attribute in government we need are people who are fair. Not to one political party, not to those who build or those who don’t. Not just to those issues that are important to all of us, but being fair when no one is looking.

Two positions on the ballot have my strong interest for moving forward and taking a step for the whole community for a change. For Kitsap Commissioner District 1, Steve Bauer. For Kitsap County Superior Court, Bruce Danielson.

Mr. Danielson because I know him, he is concerned about the rule of law, he cares about the victim and will make sure the accused is treated fairly in court. He will not take money from those lawyers that may be in front of him one day defending someone. Steve Bauer I also know. His management budget skills from past government experience is a plus, his desire for strong responsible government and family wage jobs we all can support.

Political rancor has been quite evident in my 30 years here, I have seen open space turned to nice homes, places of business and shopping malls. But I have not seen homes, places of businesses and malls where many of our grandchildren could work and live in this county. Vote for Steve Bauerand Bruce Danielson, maybe it’s time we all get a fair break.



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