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Thurston Kick-off held for LD 2 candidate Amy Pivetta Hoffman (D-Frederickson)

Amy Pivetta Hoffman, Thurston kick-off,
LD 2 Dem. Chair Phyllis Farrell on the left.
Photo courtesy: Friends of Amy Pivetta Hoffman

The Thurston County kick-off reception for the campaign of Amy Pivetta Hoffman, Democratic candidate 2nd Legislative District, Rep. Pos. 1, was held Wednesday, May 25th at The Historic Jacob Smith House in Lacey.

Amy Pivetta Hoffman is a small business owner, attorney and a Bethel School Board Member.
She clearly presented her vision if elected State Representative from the 2nd Legislative District:
“Washington is a wonderful place to call home. But we’ve got some tough problems on our hands right now: overcrowded and underfunded schools, a congested transportation system, and high property crime rates in our unincorporated communities. I’m tired of watching the state legislature bicker and complain about each other without delivering the results we need.”

“I know we can do better. Every Washington child is entitled to a quality education, from pre-school to college graduation. Every local business should have the workforce and infrastructure they need to innovate and grow. Senior citizens should feel safe in their own homes, and our veterans and military families need the support they’ve earned. I’m ready to get to work and solve problems, and that’s why I’m running for State Representative.”

The 2nd Legislative District contains much of South Pierce and Thurston counties, including the communities of Graham, Orting, Eatonville, and Yelm, as well as the Nisqually Indian Reservation.
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Yelm was represented by Yelm Business Assn. (YBA) President and Re/Max Country owner-realtor Cynthia Schmier, and Steve Klein, Yelm Area Caucus Coordinator (ACC) and host of the Yelm Community Blog. Thurston County Auditor Mary Hall, Washington Democratic Party Central Committee leader for Thurston County Christine Garst, Democratic LD 2 Chair Phyllis Farrell, and Rainier Area Caucus Coordinator John Marley were some of the notable people in attendance.

Editor’s Note:
Refreshing for voters to have a choice with a qualified Democratic challenger for this seat in our state legislature!

Posted by Steve on May 27, 2016 at 5:36 am | Permalink

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