Stone was the best qualified to replace Manweller

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Of the three candidates vying for Manweller’s position in the 13th Legislative District, Danny Stone was head and shoulders above the other two candidates. He was so recognized and was the first choice of all the Republican PCOs of the counties involved – the people who do the grassroots work for the party without compensation. Danny Stone clearly recognizes the conservative mandates of the U.S. constitution, the importance of strong families to the health of our society, and the priority of insuring individual dignity and prosperity. Yet he was not chosen by the commissioners. Why? Further, Danny Stone has the intellectual acumen to deal with Governor Inslee and his cohorts who buy votes with taxpayers’ money. Danny Stone understands the wreckage caused by socialism. He believes that there may be no greater virtue than taking care of the poor, but he is firm that it should not be done with taxpayers’ money. The County Commissioners will have to explain themselves if they want the support of, at least, this member of the Republican Central Committee of Grant County.

Ken Jorgensen

Moses Lake

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