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The Clallam County commissioner candidate has a background that would help ensure local benefits.
Don’t simply take disparagements for facts. Learn the “truth” behind the accusations.
His run as Clallam County commissioner will be marked by fiscal conservatism and adherence to integrity and the people.
Oct. 10 is the last day to register to vote in this election, unless you’re new to Washington.
Vote for him as Clallam County commissioner because he has a track record in working to make our community a better place.
Randy Johnson has tried to blame mill closures on the state, rather than on private timber companies like the one he has ties to.
The Obama administration inherited a war based on lies and a terrorist group that spawned from it. Why aren’t we more angry over that?
Why not take the camera off the person who isn’t answering the question or rebuttal?
The Clallam commissioner candidate, in addition to having a well-rounded background, will tackle issues affecting our quality of life.
The representative has put forth a bill that would require lawmakers to put forth a long-term budget or not get paid. Period.
The Republican presidential candidate has made a mockery of American values and our political system.
The Clallam commissioner candidate is much more independent and free of ties than Randy Johnson purports to be.
The Republican candidate for governor has shown courage in rejecting the fear-mongering of Trumpism.
Big-money and corporate interests profit by ignorance and apathy.
We need someone who understands our fishing industry and can handle issues brought up by the county treasurer.
Vote for Donald Trump to make America great again.
There are plenty of options to sign up: online, by mail or in person.
Jeff’s leadership, teammwork and willingness to listen to others’ perspectives will get my vote.
Despite what a recent letter writer contends, his opponent, Randy Johnson, would have a potential conflict of interest in regards to matters with his former employer.
When party regulars tried to divert Opportunity Fund money to a private entity, Richards was there to voice his opposition — and won.