Ellen Weissman is the person we need to be our representative for North Idaho.
She exemplifies all that is good and has worked hard to make our lives better. She is by nature a positive force in our community.
Under her directorship, the Sandpoint Senior Center has been revitalized. Ellen has been a school teacher, cares deeply for all children and will work hard to bring more state money to support schools in North Idaho.
She understands the delicate nature of our natural environment and what the state and all of us need to do to protect our clean air and water from harmful use and neglect. If you wish to change the political atmosphere to a positive and constructive tone so we can move forward to improve our lives together, then get out and vote for Ellen Weissman on Nov. 6. Everyone will benefit.
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