Kelso resident Carolyn Caines offers her support for Heidi St. John in the race in the 3rd Congressional District
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I am enthusiastically asking your support for Heidi St. John for Congress. She will be an energetic advocate for Southwest Washington.
Here are a few of the reasons I will vote for Heidi, one for each letter of her name. Please take time to check out her information at http://www.heidistjohnforcongress.com Your vote counts.
HEIDI ST. JOHN
• Holds up Constitutional rights
• Education and parental rights
• Integrity in action
• Desires godly wisdom
• Inspires hope
• Speaks truth boldly
• Trustworthy to seek…
• Justice and law in the land
• Open to listen to you
• Honestly working for your good
• Not for big government
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