Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Vote for Ewerson to protect your rights




    Dale Ewerson, a local business owner and insurance agent, has served with integrity as Bellevue City mayor and councilman. His dedication to serving the interests of others is well-known. His involvement with numerous community organizations, including the Kiwanis Club, Senior Connection and Hailey Chamber of Commerce, is a testament to his involvement with the citizens of our area.
    I have known Dale Ewerson for several years. One characteristic that I most admire is his ethical and gentlemanly demeanor. He has steadfastly refused to become involved in “politics as usual,” where it is considered to be acceptable to make disrespectful comments about one’s opponent. I am proud of Dale’s refusal to lower his standards for the sake of a campaign.
    Dale’s innate ability to recognize problems, develop solutions and implement resolutions is beyond compare. He is resourceful, thoughtful and compassionate in his everyday life. Dale is a man who puts the needs of others before his own and acts as an advocate for those facing hardships.
    Dale has both the experience and the drive to make a difference for the residents of Blaine, Camas, Gooding and Lincoln counties. He prioritizes providing the citizens with a voice in deciding and protecting Idaho’s future. He will listen to your concerns and work with all legislators in the state to make your position known. Dale is a solution-oriented person.
    A vote for Dale Ewerson as District 26 senator is a vote for integrity, energy and a protector of your constitutional rights.
Richard T. Jesinger
Ketchum

 




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