AMADOR: For Idaho House

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The people of Coeur d’Alene are lucky to have the chance to reelect Paul Amador in the upcoming election. Paul is a candidate of great character, strong leadership and thoughtful decision-making.

Paul’s background in dealing with education issues, experience as a small businessman and extensive community involvement make him an excellent choice to continue serving as our state representative. He believes in enhancing our education system through necessary funding and practical solutions, as well as supporting our economy and health care infrastructure with common sense legislation. Paul understands the serious issues facing our community, both local and statewide, and knows how to approach them in a rational manner. No matter what the issue, Paul does his research, talks to people involved and works toward solutions that benefit everyone.

We all love our community, and want the best for it. We need smart, reasonable representation from someone who understands the nature of cooperation and the issues facing our state. Please join me in voting to reelect Paul Amador on Nov. 6.

RACHEL RIGGS

Coeur d’Alene

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