For Sissi Bruch

We need new leadership for our area and Sissi Bruch is the ideal candidate to provide that leadership.

We need new leadership for our area and Sissi Bruch is the ideal candidate to provide that leadership.

Sissi, who is running for Clallam County commissioner, would help strengthen our economy by safeguarding and taking advantage of our natural resources – our clean air and waters, forests, salmon and Olympic National Park. She knows that these are our area’s strongest magnet for attracting new businesses, family wage jobs, and they are the reason so many of us live here.

Sissi Bruch is an elected Port Angeles City councilwoman, a senior planner for the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe and has a rich background in professional planning, project management and community service.

She is a talented, hard-working person of very high integrity. We are fortunate to have such an outstanding candidate who will provide new leadership for our county.

Bob Lynette

Sequim

 

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