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Claire Wilson is a dedicated public servant

Mark Miloscia has failed to criticize the questionable personal morality of President Donald Trump.

It is time for Sen. Mark Miloscia to go. His extremely conservative social values no longer reflect the values of many South King County residents.

Mark Miloscia voted to limit the availability of a woman’s birth control options. He voted against expanded protections for LGBTQ students, and voted against a ban on “conversion therapy.” He was quick to brand the exceptionally well organized and entirely peaceful, Seattle Woman’s March as “ugly, un-American, and un-Christian,” yet he has failed to criticize the questionable business practices and personal morality of President Donald Trump.

To my knowledge, over the last two years Sen. Miloscia has participated in only one town hall style 30th District community meeting. He has also failed to participate in three recent public forums to debate important issues with his Democratic opponent, Claire Wilson. In addition, Mark Miloscia has failed to distance himself from the highly inflammatory postal mailings and Facebook advertisements critical of Claire Wilson that were paid for by questionable outside political action groups. This is not the type of public servant that I want representing me in the Washington state Senate.

Claire Wilson is a dedicated public servant who cares for everyone in our highly diverse South King County community. She deserves to be our next 30th District senator.

Joy Werlink

Auburn

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