Editorial-Phil’s solid as a Rock’ in Oly

Like a prizefighter stepping back into the ring to take a few more hits, Phil Rockefeller has been a steady advocate of Kitsap County’s needs as a Representative in the 23rd District.

Like a prizefighter stepping back into the ring to take a few more hits, Phil Rockefeller has been a steady advocate of Kitsap County’s needs as a Representative in the 23rd District.

Next year will be one of critical decisions and we feel Rockefeller is the best man to make them for us. We think he’s just plain nuts for diving back into the fray that has powder keg potential as Olympia attempts to dig the state budget out of a $2 billion hole.

Transportation, health, education and the economy are all teetering as Washington battles its recession. We are confident that he will stay the course and do what’s best for the state and the county.

These are turbulent times but we sincerely feel Rockefeller has the knowledge, background and above all desire to help us out of them.

Being a fighter isn’t always easy and while he’s taken some lumps, we feel “Rocky” is who we want in there swinging for Kitsap County and wish him the best of luck in his campaign. He’s been doing a fantastic job for us all and we hope voters will support his continued efforts in November.

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