MALEK: Best (and only) choice

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In the highly contested seven-way race, one candidate outshines and outpaces the rest. That candidate is Republican Luke Malek.

With the primary election coming up on May 15th, most voters have only really noticed the Governorís race. But equally as important is the election for your next Congressman. With a law background and Idaho roots deeper than most, including myself, can dig, Coeur díAlene Rep. Luke Malek is the most principled conservative leader and exactly what Idaho needs in Congress.

Rep. Malek is not beholden to any special interest groups/ Washington D.C. lobbyists like his competitors. He is guided by only three things: His faith in God, the Constitution, and his wife. Heís endorsed by your mayors, nearly all of them in Kootenai County, by a long list of senators and representatives, but most importantly heís endorsed by your firefighters. Republican Luke Malek is what Idaho needs; he has the endorsements that matter, from the people who make your communities move.

Donít take my word for it, go to his website LukeMalek.com. You will see why Republican Malek is the only choice for Idahoís next Congressman. Vote Malek on May 15th.

VICTORIA PETERSON

Coeur díAlene

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