Letter: Earl Romig is the ideal Grant County Commission candidate
Earl Romig has the ideal resume to replace long-serving Grant County Commissioner Richard Stevens.
He is a lifelong resident of Grant County. He is educated, obtaining a bachelor’s degree at WSU. He has a history of public service, serving in the fire service as well as a Grant County Sheriff’s deputy.
He has a business background, establishing his own ag-based business. He has overcome extreme adversity and been as inspiration to others.
I had the pleasure of working with Earl Romig, as well as his grandfather, the late Grant County Sheriff’s Sgt. Earl Morlan. Both were dedicated and professional law enforcement officers who recognized the significance and importance of interagency cooperation with all entities in Grant County. Earl Romig is a listener and has the business savvy to make difficult decisions based on what is good for his constituents as well as all of Grant County. He is young enough to be accepting of new ideas and strategies, but mature enough to respect all perspectives and make the tough decisions. Joni and I will be voting for Earl Romig and encourage you to bring an individual with the “right stuff” to the Grant County Commissioner’s office.