Support Riggs for auditor

I have seen all those signs out there for candidates. Just because some have the money to spend on lots of them, it doesn’t mean they are most qualified. Before you vote, take the time to get to know the candidate.

I have seen all those signs out there for candidates. Just because some have the money to spend on lots of them, it doesn’t mean they are most qualified. Before you vote, take the time to get to know the candidate.

Shoona Riggs has worked in the Clallam County Auditors office for the past 18 years, all the while learning almost every position. She has been the election supervisor for the past eight years and is the current Chief Deputy Auditor.

Prior to the Clallam County Auditors office, Shoona worked for the Jefferson County Auditor for six years fresh out of high school. Twenty-four years experience gets my vote!

Shoona Riggs defines honesty and integrity, don’t take my word for it, talk to her and it is immediately evident that she is the only candidate for the job. She will continue to work beside her current co-workers and do a superb job. She is very kind and easy to talk with, always willing to lend a helping hand.

Vote for Shoona Riggs, Clallam County Auditor, and you will have a great auditor who knows the job inside and out. She is rich in experience and will serve the citizens of Clallam County well.

Kathleen Melton

Port Angeles

 

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