PDN asking for ‘Speaking Out’ answers

PDN asking for ‘Speaking Out’ answers

Email your response by 2 p.m. Friday

We want to hear from you for our “Speaking Out” segment!

Usually, we send a journalist out into our Clallam County and Jefferson County communities to ask our “Speaking Out” question for our Sunday editions.

Since we’re all being asked to keep our distance from one another, we’re asking this week’s question online.

The question: Do you think Gov. Jay Inslee is taking proper actions to combat the spread of COVID-19 in Washington state?

How to answer: Please email one or two sentences answering the question to [email protected] with the subject line “Speaking Out.”

You’ll also need to include:

• a photo of yourself (selfies are fine!)

• your first and last name

• your profession

• your hometown on the Peninsula

Several responses will be used in our Sunday, March 22, print edition. All responses will be posted in a separate story online.

Email your response, plus the other requirements, by 2 p.m. Friday, March 20.

Please refrain from curse words and answers longer than two sentences. These responses will be dismissed.

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