SIMS: A proven conservative

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Voters in District 3. Please vote, and when you do, vote for Kathy Sims for Representative 3B. She previously served as both a State Senator and a Representative, and has a great deal of Legislature seniority. That seniority will guarantee her a Committee Chairmanís position and assignments to the most important Committees in the House. As such, she can do more for you, and the rest of Northern Idaho, significantly more than her opponent who will have few, perhaps no choice committee assignments.

Kathyís voting record is one of the top 10 most conservative legislators. She stands for limited government, lower taxes, a strong military, support for Vets, 2nd Amendment gun rights, Idaho control of Idaho lands, and has a known conservative voting record. During her 10 year service as Kootenai GOP Central Committee Chair, Northern Idaho went from Dem control to GOP control.

Kathy has run greatly successful motorcycle and auto dealerships in CdA for over 40 years, receiving many industry awards and leadership positions. A leader, a strong conservative, an honest and principled woman, a successful business owner. Kathy needs and wants your vote. Vote for Kathy Sims.

ROBERT D. BROOKE

Hayden Lake

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