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Garrido loves the community

As a voter for over 30 years, I have made a policy of not voting for politicians who use attack methods to run for office.

An organization or individual who feels the need to attack another organization or individual generates the concept that their own cause is too weak and ineffectual to succeed.

Attack methods are an out-dated strategy for a political arena. They’ve been outdated since we graduated from the second grade.

Our economy and our country need people who are more interested in tackling the jobs that need to be done rather than smearing someone’s reputation.

Sneering and jeering are destructive tools that in no way generate a united effort.

They waste time.

Charlotte Garrido loves her community and it shows.


Port Orchard

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