Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Pence supports local interests

I am writing this letter to urge voters in District 26 to once again support Donna Pence on Nov.  6.  Donna has worked tirelessly for our district, supporting what is important to our livelihood in this area: agriculture, wildlife and preservation of our Idaho way of life. 

When bills are introduced, Donna takes the time to research how it will affect our area, and votes for what she feels her constituents value the most. Her background as an educator, tree farmer, outdoorsman and experienced legislator make her the best-qualified candidate to represent what our district is all about.

She does not vote based strictly on party line expectations, but on how the bill that is introduced will impact our area economically, environmentally and each person individually. This is the type of person that should be representing the constituents who elect them. 

So I urge you to support Donna Pence for District 26 representative on Nov. 6. A vote for Donna is a vote for you and your community. 

Peter M. Orth

Gooding, Idaho

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