Eisenhour has few peers around here | Letter to the editor

Posted 10/15/20

The most important words for Jefferson County’s prospects in the coming few years are: 

1. Community. 

2. Innovation. 

3. Stewardship. 

4. Integrity.

That is …

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Eisenhour has few peers around here | Letter to the editor

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The most important words for Jefferson County’s prospects in the coming few years are: 

1. Community. 

2. Innovation. 

3. Stewardship. 

4. Integrity.

That is why I’m voting for Heidi Eisenhour for District 2 County Commissioner. 

Heidi is not just a “community person” but a community force. 

She brings people and causes together with an optimistic, warm spirit matched by the backbone needed to make sure things get done.

She has innovation in her blood. A childhood spent trolling in Alaskan and local waters makes for an adaptive and self-sufficient person. As an adult, in every leadership role she’s held, she has proven that smart, creative strategies backed by good will and hard work can succeed.

Heidi has few peers in her commitment to the natural world of Jefferson County, shown by her leadership roles with the land trust, LandWorks Collaborative and the Maritime Center. She is also immersed in the unique attributes of our built and cultural environment, has run a small business, and is certain to work to sustain what is special about Jefferson County.

Heidi looks you straight in the eye. She tells the truth as she sees it, respectfully, and lets the chips fall where they may. She would never take personal credit for the work of others. She is homegrown, driven by the decency and integrity of her family, her community and her ideals. 

Join me in voting for Heidi for Commissioner.

Scott Wilson
PORT TOWNSEND

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