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A vote for Kulongoski

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Wednesday, November 01, 2006

I’m a developer. While I agree with Saxton’s assertion that the best thing government can do for business is [GETTING DOWN TO BUSINESS, October], essentially, get out of the way, I’m not confident that he has the experience (or perhaps even the serious interest) to achieve what government must also do: build and maintain the infrastructure Oregon business needs to thrive.

Saxton says what I want to hear, but Kulongoski has already delivered, in my opinion. Education, health care, bridges and roads. Kulongoski has the record I trust.

Phil Newton
Newton’s Tree
Murphy

 

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