Donovan, Ochoa have shown their good qualities

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I have had the pleasure of working with Kevin Donovan and Oscar Ochoa during my brief tenure on the Moses Lake School District Board of Directors. It was my belief then, and my belief remains today, that they are still the best candidates for these positions.

Kevin and Oscar understand the laws, the regulations, the funding requirements, our community and the added complexities that can complicate tough decisions. This isn’t just about their experience – this is also about two tireless volunteers who have already faced some of the most challenging school overcrowding issues in our community, and they still want to continue the work. To me, that speaks to a gumption, a passion and a commitment that really are in the best interest of our school district and community.

People like Kevin and Oscar are rare and we are very fortunate to have had them in these leadership roles so far. They have a lot more work to do and as a fellow taxpayer in this county, I have every confidence and trust that my money is well spent under their continued leadership.

Sharon Palmerton

Moses Lake

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