A vote for Yacklin

I would like to recommend Kim Yacklin for Clallam County Auditor. The public and I have had time in the past few months to analyze the goals and objectives of the various candidates in the upcoming elections.

I would like to recommend Kim Yacklin for Clallam County Auditor. The public and I have had time in the past few months to analyze the goals and objectives of the various candidates in the upcoming elections.

Kim’s honest and practical approach sets her apart from her opponent. She has shown great concern for the residents of our community with her willingness to listen and become knowledgeable of the issues we have with the current Auditor’s Office. Kim is willing to make positive changes and has the experience to do so.

Kim has worked at Clallam County for almost 27 years, which includes more than 20 years in supervision and management. She is in charge of all financial systems within the Department of Health & Human Services and has many years of experience in government accounting.

I trust her abilities to lead our Auditor’s Office so that we, the taxpayers, will get the best possible services in the most professional manner. She has proven to be immune to the corruption over the years in county government and is totally trustworthy.

Kim’s dedication and hard work will promote a healthy and positive environment in the county’s government finances.

I am pleased that Kim decided to run for Clallam County Auditor and I am strongly recommending that you vote for her if you want a leader with integrity, experience and the ability to make some positive changes at the county.

Carolyn McAndie

Sequim

 

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