Letters to the Editor
Anna Kasachev offers a new voice for all residents of House District 22
We need Anna Kasachev for House District 22. Anna will represent all of our community with deep insights into the residential, business and rural areas of our district.
It's time for a change. Change that won't neglect or marginalize any of the citizens that she'll represent. The ones that actually vote for and/or elect the individual. Teresa Alonso León, while she may be well meaning in her attempts to make an impact, has proven to be too polarizing, especially in who, how and what she represents. One that is caught in and feeds the current political discord.
Anna represents all citizens, period. Anna is not a career politician, but rather a wife, mother and caring citizen who desires the best for her community. We have a rare opportunity to elect an individual that will espouse ideas and ideals that are just plain good for every citizen.
Bill Post has faithfully represented House District 25
Just west of the I-5 corridor in the north Willamette Valley is House District 25. Large cities like Newberg and Keizer, the small communities of St. Paul and Butteville, surrounded by farms, nurseries, and wineries on some of the best farmland in the state make up the district and a microcosm of Oregon.
Bill Post has well and faithfully represented the District and Oregon. During my tenure as mayor of St. Paul, it was a privilege to work with Bill on many city, county, and state issues. I found him to be a hardworking public servant, always interested in his District.
He cares. No matter the issue, when St. Paul or the French Prairie community needed assistance at the Legislature or dealing with another government agency, Bill was there, willing to advocate hard for his constituents and work toward a successful resolution. He's earned the respect of other legislators and a reputation as a steady hand.
Thanks to Bill's efforts, St. Paul and the French Prairie community obtained badly needed assistance with infrastucture, traffic safety, and law enforcement.
As our district and Oregon looks toward the future, we need Bill's experience at the Legislature. He deserves to be re-elected.
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