AMADOR: Deserves another term

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Rep. Paul Amador has served us well in the Idaho Legislature and I encourage District 4 voters to send him back to the Capitol on our behalf.

I have known Rep. Amador for several years and have always been impressed with both his personal and professional demeanor. Not only is he approachable and always willing to listen to concerns, he also works incredibly hard on behalf of his constituents to accomplish things in Boise.

Rep. Amador has been a strong supporter of education during his time in the Legislature. He has advocated for issues that will help create high-paying jobs for Idahoans, including support for expanding career and technical education (CTE) programs.

Coeur d’Alene has strong representation in the Legislature with Rep. Amador, I encourage you to vote for him on May 15 to ensure Idaho has a bright future.

RICK CURRIE

Kootenai County

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