Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Stennett helps Idaho


For 20 years, Michelle Stennett has been Sen. Clint Stennett's sounding board on issues concerning Idaho and those who live here. Standing in for Clint this past legislative session as he focused on his health, Michelle worked with and gained respect from both Democrats and Republicans for her knowledge and grasp of the issues. Her background working with nonprofit groups has given Michelle a valuable understanding of what the blue-collar workforce and business owners need in order to survive in today's trying economy. She knows giving back to her community, locally and at the state level, makes us stronger, able to grow and to work with changing times.

Michelle's belief in accessibility is a primary driver in her quest to run for senator for District 25. She believes education at all levels should be accessible, affordable and available to all, and that government and its resulting manifestations should be transparent and all its records publicly available. Her quest for solid jobs for Idaho's workforce and her strong belief that affordable and accessible health care should be available to all are at the core of her platform.

Michelle's strength comes from listening to and working with others to make Idaho a better place. Her strong connection to Idaho's backcountry and agricultural lands gives her a clear perspective of the need to preserve Idaho's premier air, water and land for future generations.

Having worked with Michelle and been her friend for over a decade, I assure you that she is an excellent choice for senator for District 25. She will listen, take action and be responsible to those who elect her. Vote on May 25 for Michelle Stennett!

Margaret Stewart

Ketchum




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