Busby is proven advocate for all students in the school district | Letter

Election time is here again, a time for our voices to be heard.

Marci Busby is on our ballot for school board again. I support Marci. She has served our school district for 12 years. She has proven to be an advocate for all of our students in the system regardless of the learning skill. As our population grows, so does the diversity of our student population. I admire Marci for being proactive for all the necessary programs to make our district successful.

I have had the privilege of knowing Marci outside the role of school board and appreciate her passion and compassion for our community.

I encourage you to open your ballot and vote — make your voice count and vote for Marci.

Bev Jorgensen

North Bend

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