Support Jim Langston | Letter

We need a candidate to serve us in Olympia who understands and can relate to all the communities in our district. Jim Langston is certainly the man for this job.

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We need a candidate to serve us in Olympia who understands and can relate to all the communities in our district. Jim Langston is certainly the man for this job.

He’s a founding member of the Monroe Public Schools Foundation and currently serves on it. Jim is also greatly involved with Boy Scouts of America; he’s spent over a decade teaching young boys and men leadership, character, and values including and gratefully my own boys.

Jim and his family operate a small business around the Puget Sound employing over 300 individuals. Jim has served the community on a multitude of platforms. His involvement will bring a new perspective to Olympia- ensuring people’s voices will be heard! When my ballot arrives I know I’m voting for Jim Langston and I recommend you do too.

Gary Larkin, Maltby

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