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Gathering at Reichert's office over concern of budget

Representatives from Fuse, Washington state
Representatives from Fuse, Washington state's largest progressive organization, along with District 8 constituents, prepare to deliver individual messages from 300 constituents to U.S. Congressman Dave Reichert's office Monday, regarding the ongoing showdown in Washington D.C. over the national debt crisis. Each message was attached to a small American flag. From left are Erin Haick with Fuse, Alexes Shuman from Enumclaw, Gary Tribble and Cindy Lamb, both from Bellevue, Jordan Anacker, Adrian Servetnick and Kelsey Gagnon all Fuse interns.
— image credit: Linda Ball/Mercer Island Reporter

Representatives from Fuse, Washington state's largest progressive organization, along with District 8 constituents, prepare to deliver individual messages from 300 constituents to U.S. Congressman Dave Reichert's office Monday, regarding the ongoing showdown in Washington D.C. over the national debt crisis. Each message was attached to a small American flag.

From left are Erin Haick with Fuse, Alexes Shuman from Enumclaw, Gary Tribble and Cindy Lamb, both from Bellevue, Jordan Anacker, Adrian Servetnick and Kelsey Gagnon all Fuse interns.

 

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