Bruch will represent all of Clallam County

I attended three Sissi Bruch-William Peach forums for their bid for County Commissioner.

I attended three Sissi Bruch-William Peach forums for their bid for County Commissioner.

I am struck by the fact Peach continually talks about representing Forks and about his knowledge of that area. Mr. Peach impresses me he thinks this election and his service is just for Forks. Does he not realize that District 3 begins in the City of Port Angeles; that area in which Sissi Bruch resides and which voted her their representative on the Port Angeles City Council?

The General election cycle is not only about District 3. It is about the entire county, from Diamond Point to the Pacific Coast. Sissi Bruch speaks about representing the county — all three districts. She understands Districts 2 and 3 because she represents parts of each on the City Council and, by the way, in the Primary Election, District 3 gave her the higher number of votes.

Sissi Bruch has 15 years experience representing communities as both an elected and appointed official.

She understands the three districts have commonalities and differences and that learning each of their needs is paramount to well serving the entire County.

Like retiring District 3 commissioner Mike Doherty, who appears at multiple events in all three districts to stay informed on district overlapping and competing needs, Sissi Bruch will do the same.

She will represent the entire County.

Vote for Sissi Bruch for Clallam County Commissioner, a well-informed and experienced candidate with a view to learn from and serve all of us.

Darlene Schanfald

Sequim

 

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