Letter: Voting for Titterness

  • Monday, October 24, 2022 1:30am
  • Opinion

Without a doubt, the readers of Peninsula Daily News have seen political signs popping up all over the county.

Election season is in full swing.

This is an exciting time for Clallam County, especially with the opportunity to elect a new sheriff.

I’ve had the pleasure to see the Titterness for Sheriff campaign evolve from its humble beginnings into the powerhouse that it is now.

Eager to begin an important political conversation, Marc Titterness was the first candidate to formally announce his candidacy.

One of his opening statements was simple, yet powerful.

The Clallam County Sheriff’s Office is understaffed and needs to start hiring with urgency.

This is a top priority.

Increased staffing leads to a safer community.

Since Marc opened this dialogue, I’ve noticed an increase in ads to recruit new deputies for the sheriff’s office.

There is a large billboard on U.S. Highway 101.

This is great news.

Since Marc has announced his candidacy, he’s already impacted change within the sheriff’s department.

The evidence is in big bold letters on the side of our roads.

I am excited to see the needed change that Marc will impact after he is elected as sheriff of Clallam County.

He has my vote.

Beth Gilson

Sequim

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