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3rd District candidates address readers’ questions, concerns

Constituents ask candidates: How will you represent even those who didn’t vote for you?

By , Columbian staff writer
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When aspiring politicians first announced their candidacy nearly a year ago for Washington’s 3rd Congressional District, some voters quickly leapt to their support.

Although hints of this eagerness remain resolute, other voters need more information before casting their ballots.

These constituents submitted questions through The Columbian’s reader-guided Clark Asks reporting project to ask candidates to explain their stances on past and current issues, as well as how they will ensure equal representation of their constituents — regardless of party factions.

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