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Angel did her part to keep tolls low

Some facts need to be presented in argument to Beth Wilson’s statements (“What did Angel do to keep taxes low?” July 23).

Elected officials or new candidates have to pick which social events that they will attend because there is not 50 hours in a day for them to work with.

I’m sure Jan Angel is very sorry for missing the most important Washington State Transportation Commission town hall meeting in the history of the state.

Additionally, the Democrats in control of this state don’t care if your bridge toll goes up $780 dollars a year. You will be paying for all the programs they put in place to fund with money they don’t have but will soon acquire from you.

Jan Angel has many qualifications her for her 26th District position. She fought to keep your taxes down as a commissioner and voted against changing I-960 so your taxes could not be raised at will.

Jan Angel, a Republican, did vote with Seaquist and Kilmer to keep the bridge toll at the same price it is now — so says the vote record.

To not re-elect Jan Angel is paramount to shooting yourself in the foot.


Port Orchard

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