Lindquist made our communities safer

He has a proven record of protecting seniors, locking up career criminals, and suing Big Pharma to recover money for taxpayers.

The most important vote we can make for the safety of our community is to keep our Prosecutor Mark Lindquist.

Our community is safer because of Lindquist. He has a proven record of protecting seniors, locking up career criminals, and suing Big Pharma to recover money for taxpayers.

Also, Lindquist cares about our community – he has visited here many times,including Rotary Clubs,Kiwanis, and city council meetings. He knows us and we know him. We should support him to keep our community safe.

Deb Dahl

Bonney Lake

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