Dean Hankins for city council

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I would like to endorse Dean Hankins for city council. I have known Dean for all 21 years that I have lived in Moses Lake. I feel that he is the best candidate for this position. I have worked closely with him and know that he is honest, straightforward and thoughtful in all that he does. Dean will represent the citizens of Moses Lake well and is just what our city needs. I do believe he will be a voice for reason on the city council applying years of insight that he has obtained as a longtime resident of Moses Lake. He is passionate about this community and its citizens. He dedicated to the improvement of the city council and its function, and as a non—politician will listen to you and your concerns. This is something we can all get behind.

Please join me in supporting his bid for this position.

Cole Hemmerling,

Moses Lake

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