Letter: Vote for Payne

I urge you to vote for William Payne for Clallam County Prosecuting Attorney.

 


Vote for Payne

I urge you to vote for William Payne for Clallam County Prosecuting Attorney.

I listened to the KONP candidate debate. I liked what I heard from Payne. He sounds like a thoughtful person who takes the bull by the horns and has implemented effective practices to reduce crime.

Will Payne is a person that you really have to admire when you think about his background. This is a guy with drive to excel. Do you know any U.S. Marine Corps enlistees who managed to be selected for the Enlisted Commissioning Program, were then commissioned as Second Lieutenants and then rose to Captain? It is extraordinary for an enlistee to make it to the rank of Captain.

Do you know many people that successfully started their own business, sold and merged it with a larger company, and then grew his division to 18 employees?

Do you know many people that have a bachelor’s degree, an MBA and a law degree? This takes determination and motivation. William Payne doesn’t let any grass grow under his feet.

Will Payne is experienced with many aspects of the law: civil law, criminal defense and criminal prosecution. He is successfully managing the Clallam County Prosecutor’s Office.

Few people can say they have accomplished what Will Payne has. Clallam County is lucky to have him. Will Payne has earned and deserves your vote.

Kathryn Grosz

Sequim

 

 

 

 

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