Dunbar for 41st

Peter Dunbar is running in the 41st District for Position #1, against incumbent State Representative Marcie Maxwell. Peter is a man of principle, a successful small business owner who believes in managing operating costs within a forecasted budget and making cuts when the proposed expenditures exceeds the plan. Peter is always looking for ways improve processes and services internal to his company and to reduce costs to his customers. His business experience and his ability to bring together diverse perspectives into a common objective/goal will be a great help in Olympia. I would like to encourage you take the time to visit Peters Web site (http://votedunbar.com ) and attend one of his speaking events so you can get to know him.

Shelia Hurst


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