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ELECTION: Robinson knows Boundary County

Even though many of us believe it is unfortunate that our local government officials run for office by political party, it is the system. We voters need to look at the individual running for office in order to select the person who will best represent all of the people and who has displayed positive leadership in our community. We need a commissioner who understands the economic makeup of Boundary County, understands its challenges and who cares about all the citizens who represent different economic status.

Jeannie Robinson knows Boundary County, its changes, progression, its problems and its citizens. Her participation in the workforce at governing levels has given her insight into the operation of governing. As a County Commissioner she seeks to bring unity in governing through open discussion, factual research on issues and inclusive decision making. Her record as a leader shows that she can do just that.

Elsie Hollenbeck

Bonners Ferry

ELECTION: Vote for Robinson, Howlett

My friend, Jeannie Robinson, is running for County Commissioner and Iím asking that you vote for her. Jeannie will work hard for us. Her life employment experience has given her the knowledge to do this job, starting Day 1. She will listen to your concerns and work well with all of the officials in the county.

My family has known Stephen Howlett for more than 35 years. I know that he would represent all citizens of Bonner and Boundary Counties. He is running for District 1, Seat 1B. He will work hard to do what is lacking in state government by supporting education and he will vote so that all Idahoans can have healthcare. Iím asking you to please vote for Stephen, he is the right person to represent all of us in District 1.

Craig Kelson

Bonners Ferry

ELECTION: Vote for Jeannie Robinson

We have known Jeannie Robinson for many, many years and we both think she is an EXCELLENT choice for County Commissioner. I (Orrin) served for six years as County Commissioner, so I am well aware of the qualifications needed for this important job ó and Jeannie will be the very best. Please vote for Jeannie on November 6!

Orrin and Jo Len Everhart

Bonners Ferry

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