Sunday, June 9, 2013

Fwd: Renata for Port campaign kick-off this MONDAY

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From: Natalie McClendon <>
Date: Sat, Jun 8, 2013 at 4:16 PM
Subject: Renata for Port campaign kick-off this MONDAY

Kick off Renata Kowalczyk's campaign for Port of Bellingham Commissioner, MONDAY, June 10, 5:30 - 7:30 pm at 300 Harris Avenue in Bellingham.
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Natalie McClendon
Please join me in supporting
Renata Kowalczek for
Port of Bellingham Commissioner
Dear passionate politicos,

If you live in the Birch Bay area or just need an excuse to go to the beach, you can meet and talk with the four Democratic-endorsed candidates for County Council – Carl Weimer, Ken Mann, Rud Browne, and Barry Buchanan – this coming Monday, June 10, at 7 pm at Bay Horizon Park, 7506 Gemini Street, just up the hill from the C Shop. This event is open to the public, so invite your neighbors. It is sponsored by the Democratic Precinct Officers of the Blaine, Birch Bay, and Custer area. Unfortunately, this event conflicts with the following:

And the Candidates keep rolling on out! I have had the pleasure of getting to know Renata in the past few months, and all I can say is Renata is a force! You need to meet her and experience her for yourself. She will make a dynamite Port commissioner.

You Are Invited to
Renata Kowalczyk's Kick Off for her Campaign
for Port Of Bellingham Commissioner
Monday, June 10 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM

Renata is excited to kick off her campaign for
Port of Bellingham Commissioner, District 1,
at the first port-owned LEED Gold-certified building.

Andy Anderson, president of manufacturer Index Sensors,
will be welcoming us to his facility for the festivities.

We look forward to local food and music,
including fresh seafood from our fishermen,
and beer from Boundary Bay. Website

Join us to meet new friends who all know that Renata will put the Port to work for our community!


P.S. For an update on the Legislature's budget negotiations, check out Crosscut's take, House acts on budget, while Senate leaders limit their comments, The Olympian newspaper editorial This is not why we elected them,  and  The Political Junkie's report on Sen. Ranker's heroics. The final few days of the Special Session seem to be crashing and burning.
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