Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Pence knows regional issues

I am writing in support of Donna Pence, current District 25 state representative. I have found Donna to be a tireless worker, very approachable and always available to her constituents.

Donna serves on the Agriculture, Education and Natural Resources committees. As a fourth-term legislator, her experience and expertise on these key committees can only be an asset to District 25.

Donna grew up in a small Idaho town and raised her family in Gooding. She and her husband own and operate a small agriculture business there. She knows first hand the problems and the challenges facing small businesses and small towns. The same is true of education. As a retired educator, she is well aware of the importance of a quality education for all our students and the impact the investment in a quality education has for the future of our state. Donna has said the cuts to education during the last legislative session were devastating to our schools. She has pledged to make education her No.1 priority.

Donna has a common-sense approach to her job as legislator. She is willing to listen to all sides of an issue to solve problems and resolve differences. District 25 cannot afford to lose this voice of experience in these difficult times. Vote and keep Donna Pence in the Legislature.

Carolyn Mason


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