Cindy Carter is an excellent county commissioner

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I would like to express my sincere gratitude to our current elected Grant County commissioners, but most especially Cindy Carter. I recently sent a letter regarding juvenile diversion, rehab and restorative programs and potential savings via video hearings. Within a few business days, I received a phone call from Commissioner Cindy Carter, alleviating my concerns, taking the time to educate me and get me up to par regarding issues addressed and ensuring me they are making it a priority to look into my proposal. She left me with the utmost assurance of her genuine care and concern for our children in this area, but she actually just has a really big heart and genuine care for everybody in this area. She is always so nice, she always tries to keep everyoneís spirit lifted, and will move mountains to help a person in need. Because she is up for re-election, I recently took the time to read her campaign biography. Cindy is like a superwoman, I just wonder if she gets to sleep. When she is not serving as a commissioner, she is working on the farm, taking care of family, very involved in her church and helping implement programs for the best interest of the people of Grant County. I know that she has worked very hard to further help implement suicide assistance care in this area, and is pushing to offer and implement a text hotline, because that is how much she cares to save a life. That is how much she cares to make it easier for family, teachers, friends and peers of someone who is hurting to be able to get appropriate outreach care. Thank you, Commissioner Carter for your elected services. I pray that God continues to bless and favor you in everything you do.

Elisia Dalluge

Moses Lake

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