Wednesday, October 8, 2014

Donna Pence is good for Idaho

Please join Joyce and me in voting for and supporting Donna Pence for District 26 representative.  
    We have known Donna and her family for over 40 years. We know Donna to be a “straight shooter,” both literally and figuratively.
    We have hunted, fished, helped in their tree farm, discussed soil conservation issues, and socialized with Donna and Lew for years.
    However, you shouldn’t vote for her for those reasons alone. Donna is a leader in the Idaho House of Representatives on agricultural and natural resource issues. She understands our water resources are critical to our state’s future. Donna works to ensure agriculture water users have a sustainable and dependable source of water for their needs and that we have healthy rivers and streams for fish and wildlife. Donna has been a supporter of aquifer recharge her entire political life.
    Donna has always returned my phone calls and e-mails.
    Please join Joyce and me in voting Donna Pence for District 26 representative.
Gale and Joyce Roberts
Hagerman, Idaho

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