AMADOR: The best for Idaho

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I have had the privilege of knowing Paul Amador for nearly a decade, and I can attest to his knowledge, work ethics and dedication to Coeur d’Alene and the broader community of North Idaho. I believe his commitment to building a stronger community has been a key factor in his success serving the Coeur d’Alene area as our current State Representative.

Paul brings an incredibly strong background in many areas, including expertise in education, business and community development. Even more importantly, he has the strong character we need in such an important position.

He continues to impress me with his knowledge of the issues and his concern for the well-being of our state and all of our fellow citizens. Paul is genuine in his desire to represent the people; he demonstrates this by listening to people to become more informed about critical issues. He carries the voices of this community to the Legislature. When you vote on May 15, I encourage you to re-elect Paul Amador for House Seat 4B, his representation is what is best for our future in Idaho.

LITA A. BURNS

Coeur d’Alene

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