BINGHAM: Nobody’s puppet

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I am writing to support Bob Bingham’s re-election for County Commissioner, District 3. Bob wrote the County Building Code Permit Opt Out Plan which is a big plus for rural property owners. He is being berated by the puppet masters around the county because he doesn’t jump every time they pull a string. I believe he truly has the best interests of All county residents in mind.

He is strong on rural property rights. He is against the use of forgone taxes and is working to stop their use. He spends many hours researching the issues. Bob has been on the side of rural property owners and has fought for them in many ways. First as founder of NWPOA stopping the ULUC that would have micro-managed rural property and currently as a Kootenai County Commissioner where he fights against attempts to take away or diminish our property rights.

Please vet all candidates before Election Day. You will find that Bob is the best choice for District 3.

CARLA WOEMPNER

Harrison

Former NWPOA Board Facilitator

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