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One of those leaders

As a Whatcom County councilmember and business owner, I've seen first-hand how the pandemic has affected our communities. We must elect leaders who take the public health crisis seriously and understand that Washingtonians are struggling.

Rick Larsen is one of those leaders.

Rick is fighting for working families and small business owners whose lives have been upended by the pandemic. He is focused on working here at home and in Congress to get Washingtonians the help they need to get through these tough times.

Rick is committed to hearing directly from us.

Rick recently visited some of the more than 430 small businesses and nonprofits in the 2nd District portion of Whatcom County that were able to save jobs and keep the lights on with the help of a federal Paycheck Protection Program loan. A program he fought for in Congress.

The Everett Herald said it best in their endorsement:

"Larsen's outreach in his district also deserves recognition. Along with frequent visits to businesses, organizations, schools and more when not in Washington, D.C., Larsen has a record of responsive constituent services, particularly those for veterans."

I hope you will join me in supporting Rick. Chip in $5, $10, or $15 right now to help Team Larsen Get Out the Vote this fall. The stakes of this election are high.

Carol Frazey

Posted on October 10, 2020.