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Linthicum stands for important principles

Herald and News letter to the editor by Jackson County Commissioner Colleen Roberts, Property owner in District 28

Linthicum stands for important principles

I am writing a letter of wholehearted support for Dennis Linthicum for Senate Seat 28. I have personally witnessed him support private property rights and constitutional principles.

It is these principles on which he personally stands and publicly leads, with no expectation for personal gain as he has served the citizens of Klamath County as the elected county commissioner.

Being a Christian, he considers himself accountable to God and to the people he serves. He is a dedicated family man and serves his community in his church and in forums to educate those who share his passion for freedom.

In such troubling times we need solid leaders like Dennis Linthicum. We cannot afford to have go-along or self-serving leaders. I hope you’ll give him your vote, as will I.

Colleen Roberts

Property owner in District 28

Jackson County Commissioner




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