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Mike Hope says, "Transportation must be fixed!"

Published:06/26/2008 Roads
Mike Hope says, "Transportation must be fixed!"    Print Snohomish Times     Video
Mike Hope says,
Snohomish - Mike Hope was out trying to break his single day door belling record on Saturday in Snohomish. Mike has been out every weekend trying to get his message of change to the people of the 44th Legislative district. Knocking on doors and listening to the frustrations with the current regime is all in a day's work if Mike is going to represent the people in what they need come November. Mike Hope has even enlisted the help of the internet and YouTube videos, recently recording his thoughts on the transportation mess and the economic slowdown.

The many issues facing the country are the same issues facing Washington State, legislators must learn to prioritize spending and make every dollar count. His opponent, who has yet to get started, has not always represented the small business owner in critical decision making. Mike feels that small businesses are key to the economic health of the district and the state. One of the things small businesses say worries them is; how are we going to get customers to drive to us and how are we going to be able to receive goods in a timely manner if we don't fix this traffic mess?

Mike Hope also wants to work together with other lawmakers to get the education system back on track, healthcare for the poor more available and wants to leave as small a carbon footprint as possible. Stay tune as we follow the upcoming elections for our district, city, county and state. We will be profiling each candidate from a unique perspective of the regular Joe.

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