I am writing to introduce your readers to someone that I feel would be a great representative of not only our city, but also the state of Washington.
I am voting for Jack Dovey, who is running for state Representative of the 30th District.
Roger Freeman has my vote for state Legislature. Before being elected to the Federal Way City Council,
I wanted to take a minute to speak with you, in between the last minute sign waving, as we head into the final stretch of the campaign.
What makes a local paper a part of the community is the ability to relate.
In not setting the record straight, he is not being forthright about his qualifications.
The recent article in the Federal Way Mirror regarding Mr. Dovey’s legal issues has made me feel very troubled.
The recent article in the Mirror “Democratic flyer calls out Dovey’s business-related liens, lawsuits, late taxes,” prompts me to comment.
Bob Roegner’s piece last week hit the nail on the head when he discussed the attack pieces that unnamed supporters of my opponent are purporting to be facts.
Ballots will be dropped in the mail in the coming days and the 30th District could be the determining factor as to which party will have the majority in the state Senate.
Mark Miloscia has experience and a superb voting record consistently throughout his seven terms in Olympia.
My wife received another of those mailers sent out by “Working Families.”
I am writing about your article about Jack Dovey’s financial woes. I would like to defend his wife Jennifer Dovey.
Rep. Roger Freeman is a true man of God and a great leader of our community. He is a brilliant attorney, state representative and family man.
I have been monitoring the Jack Dovey/Roger Freeman race for the Legislature for several months.
As a 40-plus year citizen of Federal Way, I have had the benefit of learning about our local governments — good and bad.
Jack Dovey, a candidate for the House of Representatives Position 2 in the 30th Legislative District, has come under scrutiny for failing to pay his property taxes on time on his residence in Federal Way,
It seems there was a lot of passion written in last week’s letter to the editor.
As a breast cancer survivor and someone who has been through the painful process of receiving chemotherapy cancer drugs,
Every week I learn something more about the world of education. It clearly has a multitude of intricate moving parts and like a clock,