SCHROEDER: We need her

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Like many others, I have purchased a vehicle from a dealership and experienced that awkward moment when the salesperson was pushing me to buy into something I really didnít need, like clear-coat, fabric protectant, maybe an overpriced extended warranty. Donít you hate that?

I bring this up because of the current political environment we have with our candidates running for the seat in District 4A.

I know Rebecca Schroeder and her family. She has taken the time to know me, to talk with me, to listen to me, and never once did she try to sell me on something that wasnít beneficial to me and my family. Rebecca Schroeder speaks the truth to so many issues that will benefit the majority of Idaho residents.

How many politicians come from a lifestyle so different from most of us average Idaho citizens? Rebecca Schroeder is a working woman, a wife, a mother, living the life most of us are experiencing, and she is challenged with the same concerns that almost all of us in Coeur díAlene know all too well.

I donít want to be sold on something I donít need. I donít want to be governed by someone who doesnít have the same challenges my family experiences. I donít want to be sold that clear-coat. Iím voting for Rebecca Schroder because she is looking out for me and you.

KIM KNERL

Coeur díAlene

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