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Gathering of GOP honors recently elected Republicans

Honorees from the left, include newly elected state Sen. Barbara Bailey; before being elected as senator, Bailey served for 10 years in the state House of Representatives. Other honorees included newly elected State Rep. Dave Hayes and re-elected State Rep. Norma Smith, Island County Commissioner Kelly Emerson and newly elected Island County Commissioner Jill Johnson. Briess Potter, president/founder of the Constitutionalist Club at Coupeville High School was also honored. Briess is the daughter of Lloyd and Carrie Potter. -
Honorees from the left, include newly elected state Sen. Barbara Bailey; before being elected as senator, Bailey served for 10 years in the state House of Representatives. Other honorees included newly elected State Rep. Dave Hayes and re-elected State Rep. Norma Smith, Island County Commissioner Kelly Emerson and newly elected Island County Commissioner Jill Johnson. Briess Potter, president/founder of the Constitutionalist Club at Coupeville High School was also honored. Briess is the daughter of Lloyd and Carrie Potter.
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A private gathering was held this month hosted by South Whidbey Republican Women to honor recently elected officials.

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