To the editor: I encourage voters to cast their ballot for the re-election of Rod Runyon as Wasco County Commissioner.
To the editor: If he walks like a duck and quacks like a duck, he isn’t representing our Republican principals.
To the editor: The upcoming election involves incumbents that know what to do and how to get it done for our state and county. There are challengers that want their jobs, but I urge you not to vote for change when change is not what you need. The new folks want what the incumbent’s want and are doing already.
To the editor: I have known Rod Runyon, your Wasco County Commissioner, since the late 1960s and whatever his job, radio sportscaster, insurance, plus serving his community in so many different ways, his dedication to the task at hand has always astonished me; for instance, his faithful attendance to so many meetings county-wide.
To the editor: (Edited for length.) Integrated 3D Manufacturing would like to add its endorsement and support for Wasco County Commissioners Scott Hege, Rod Runyon, and Steve Kramer. As a newly located small business in The Port of The Dalles, we would like to share our job-creation success story and emphasize the critical role these commissioners played in recruiting and enabling the successful start-up of our business.
To the editor: (Edited for length.) I support Bridget Bailey for Wasco County Commissioner. I have known her my entire life and she is an honest, hardworking and capable person.
To the editor: (Edited for length.) As the friend of Wasco County employees, I felt I needed to express some concerns regarding the upcoming election. I have seen several letters to the editor endorsing the incumbents of the county commission; even the Chronicle’s editorial has supported both Rod Runyon and Scott Hege.
Christofferson visits May 6 Aelea Christofferson, a Democratic candidate for the Second Congressional District, will spend much of Tuesday, May 6, in The Dalles.
Charles “Frank” Vulliet, Sr., 72, felt called to run for the Second Congressional seat out of belief that issues at the federal level are so out of control that it is a prime time to replace incumbent Greg Walden.
To the editor: Nora Ferguson will receive my vote for county commissioner. I’ve worked with Nora Ferguson for six years and had the opportunity to serve on the same board. Nora possesses all the qualities needed to be a great commissioner. She has integrity and is not intimidated by others.
To the editor: As a Korean War veteran serving from June 1950 to Nov. 1953, I’m writing in support of my friend, Bridget Bailey. She is an attorney, supportive of veterans and supportive of the veterans’ service office. She is aware of the need for a local office in The Dalles to assist veterans.
To the editor: To ensure the good changes already accomplished and the many more to come, we need to reelect Scott Hege and Rod Runyon.
Aelea Christofferson, 61, of Bend does not see her time on the Cover Oregon board of directors as a detriment to her candidacy for Oregon’s Second Congressional District seat.
Rep. John Huffman, R-The Dalles, believes one of his greatest accomplishments during seven years in office was reworking a state radio project to save about $450 million in taxpayer funds.
For many years, Wasco County elected offices have been decided simply because no one bothered to run against the incumbent and voters had only one choice.