Vote for Ken Smith | Letter

I've seen the inside of Kenmore politics and I think we can do better. I've walked out of two City Council meetings in public spectacle but never gave up hope in the process.

I’ve seen the inside of Kenmore politics and I think we can do better. I’ve walked out of two City Council meetings in public spectacle but never gave up hope in the process.

I’m giving Ken A. Smith a vote of confidence starting with change in our local schools. Northshore School District is the most absolute, immediate expression of government in my world and it’s critical to me we select the right people to guide it particularly in the next two years. It’s very personal to me, but based on our discussions at the city of Kenmore – government meetings and subsequent messaging – I believe he’s in rare company. So for my endorsement this electoral season, look no further. I think he can do it, I would like to see him on the board. I will vote for him.

Matthew Meadows, Kenmore

Editor’s note: The Northshore School Board has no affiliation with the city of Kenmore.

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