Friday, May 14, 2010

Stennett cares about Idaho

Who is she? Her name is Michelle Stennett. Michelle has a broad depth of self-knowledge with genuine authenticity, combined with the conviction to serve the people of Idaho. Her internal GPS drives her forward, without waver. I revere Michelle's character with clarity. She has integrity, intelligence, intuitiveness and inquisitiveness. She is humorous and engaging.

Why a senatorial quest? Michelle and Clint both feel strongly about the quality of life in Idaho. Michelle advocates for an educated workforce and economic opportunity with good-paying jobs. She aspires to protect the natural beauty of Idaho, clean air and water, working lands and open space.

Michelle has lived in Idaho for 24 years, and has traveled to Latin America, Europe, Africa and Asia. She received her B.A. in international relations and Latin languages, and with skill and savvy, she implicitly grasps the global interdependencies that prevail in today's complex world.

Michelle's vantage point is seeing the big picture. Michelle was blessed with a family that exposed her to diverse cultures, governments and critiques with ideas, making the world a better place. Injustices infuriate her. Michelle calls herself to ask important questions. Her predisposition is to respond and act, seeking to make state government more transparent and accessible to the people.

I have known Michelle Stennett for 14 years as a colleague, friend and neighbor. She will speak for, and listen to, the people of Idaho. I urge you to participate and vote for Michelle Stennett on May 25!

Janet Ross-Heiner


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