Letter: Tanner, Anderson, Boldt supported
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
If Southwest Washington is to regain economic prosperity, it's going to take collaboration.
Elected officials must pull on the same end of the economic recovery rope so there is little polarization and more action.
Joe Tanner, candidate for Clark County Commissioner Position 1, "gets it." Read his plan online.
Julia Anderson, candidate for Clark Public Utilities Commissioner, Position 1, "gets" that affordable, reliable power is critical to the region's economic health.
Clark County Commissioner for District 2, Marc Boldt has a reputation for building consensus and "gets it," for example, that unreasonable watershed policies restrict business development.
Elect informed team players who will collaborate toward unprecedented economic well-being.
— Susan Edwards, Vancouver