A meeting to learn more about fast ferry servcie across the Puget Sound is set for Oct. 29, in the Kitsap Conference Room, 100 Washington Ave.
All this has happened during the 24 years Tim Sheldon has been amassing political power in the legislature and as county commissioner.
Paul Andrews is the best of the best, and the loss to our office will be to the benefit of the assessor’s office and the citizens of Kitsap County.
Since the Supreme Court’s decision on Citizens United, many of us have been concerned about the influence of big, outside money on our elections. In yesterday’s mail, we received a stunning example: a glossy, brightly-colored card entitled: Bowling Gutterballs.
I am a home owner, veteran and a father, I want America to succeed for my children and grandchildren sake. That is what I have in common with my Republican brethren. I hope.
I am proud of my service to the citizens of this county and have a strong interest in maintaining the excellent reputation of our bench. For that reason, I strongly urge you to vote for Claire Bradley.
Incumbent Kitsap County Commissioner Linda Streissguth and her opponent Ed Wolfe both seem so appealing it’s hard for voters to sort substance from charm.
The only way to stop this government overreach is to elect different commissioners. Please vote for Ed Wolf for a more balance board of commissioners.
Isn’t it funny how schools in this county can charge tuition for all-day kindergarten with the South Kitsap School District being the leader with their $3,500 dollars per student.
This November, we will get to vote for the kind of government we want. It is appropriate to consider the government we have now and the qualifications of those seeking office.
Take a step toward ending the carnage — vote for I-594.
In November, Kitsap County voters will be asked to select a Kitsap County commissioner, It is a very important decision and an important election.