Letter: Rely on tried, true workers who are proven trustworthy

Editor,

Politics has become like Halloween, Christmas and April Fools day all rolled into one. Who can believe the crowd of deep-pocketed newbie clowns with bigger and more clever campaign signs all trying to crowd out someone else?

Remember when outside money put up all the expensive signs for the new move-in to our county, Kelly Emerson? We don’t think anyone wants that again.

Maybe its time to rely on tried and true workers who got their hands dirty and found to be trustworthy like Helen Price-Johnson, Angie Homola and Jill Johnson.

Al and Barbara Williams

Oak Harbor

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