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Video of Angel, Schlicher and reporters on KING-5 from Sunday

October 28th, 2013 by Steven Gardner

State Rep. Jan Angel, R-Port Orchard, and state Sen. Nathan Schlicher, D-Gig Harbor, were the focus of a KING-5 piece on Sunday. The (Tacoma) News Tribune’s Jordan Schrader were also asked about the race. The video follows …

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2 Responses to “Video of Angel, Schlicher and reporters on KING-5 from Sunday”

  1. James M. Olsen Says:

    I didn’t know that King/Pierce/Snohomish media knew there was a Kitsap County, no less a 26th LD. Sounds like a call went in to media from House Speaker Frank Chopp to chop chop cover the story.

  2. Sharon O'Hara Says:

    Well done.
    The differences in the candidates are amazing and quite clear, If we want a government by the people, for the people- it is Jan Angel, hands down. She is one of us, the people – ordinary people who want a decent government – not a party government throwing huge sums of money against a candidate simply because it wants to control.
    She has the working and life experience this young man lacks.
    He has classroom experience beyond the ordinary person – lots of book learning, a good mind – does he understand and care about government for the people, by the people – or just for intellectuals?

    Jan Angel has the experience to work for us – she has my vote.

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