Vote for Ellen Hiatt Watson

The purpose of my letter is to publicly and proudly explain my support for Ellen Hiatt Watson, candidate for Snohomish County Council District 1 (north county).

Ellen is broadly experienced, quick to learn and understand, and committed to preserving and improving all aspects of the quality of life we enjoy and continue to expect in Snohomish County. She works extremely well with others. She has great courage, integrity, patience and perserverance — qualities honed in part by raising her marvelous children — qualities she employed to galvanize the Seven Lakes Community in successfully challenging the development of an inappropriate Fully Contained Community — qualities that she will bring to her seat on the Snohomish County Council for the benefit of us all.

Please learn more at www.ellenhiattwatson.net and join me on Nov. 3 voting for Ellen.

Bill Best

Arlington

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