AMADOR: The best choice

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I am writing to encourage voters to re-elect Paul Amador as our Republican Representative for Idaho House Seat 4B.

What a breath of fresh air Paul has been in our community. I’ve always had a deep interest in a good solid education, but since serving on District 271’s Board of Trustees I feel even stronger about doing the best we can to provide the best possible education for our next generation. Paul is a very bright young man who has a wonderful gift-mix to get the job done in Boise. I really like his emphasis on attracting and retaining the best possible teachers for our kids. His stand on career and technical educational programs for our students is forward-thinking and spot-on for both our young people and the workforce in our community.

I could go on and on with reasons why we should re-elect Paul but I’ll just say: Please get out and vote and give Paul your consideration as a gifted young legislator!

PASTOR BILL HEMENWAY

Coeur d’Alene

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