Barry Lawson puts community first

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Your vote counts and who you choose can have a big impact on your family and your finances. We are proud to support Barry Lawson in his run for Moses Lake City Council Position No. 4. Barry is fully invested in this community. When we think of what qualities are needed to help lead this community, he meets them all: level-headed, knowledgeable, hardworking and responsible. He understands and welcomes the duties expected of him as a City Council member and is driven to help Moses Lake balance its roots as a small rural farming community and the industrial development breathing new life to our area, all while supporting the needs of our community members. We have seen his unwavering work ethic for years and feel confident in our promotion of Barry for City Council Position No. 4. We encourage you to vote for him as well. Remember, this community can only reach its potential with the very best leaders guiding that journey. Vote Barry Lawson and know he’s always putting community first.

Valerie and Jason Michelbook

Moses Lake

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