Letter to the editor

Fell for auditor

I have grown fairly critical over the years regarding people in leadership and management. To paraphrase an old saying, I don’t tolerate fools in leadership easily. On the other hand, I can get very enthusiastic in support of people who exhibit management and leadership skills that are, in my judgment, far above average.

Which leads me to my endorsement of Garth Fell for Snohomish County auditor.

Fell stands out. Not only for his many years of loyal service, but for his intelligence, kindness, and, quite frankly, for his frugalness with taxpayer money.

He has years of experience in management of local, state and federal elections. He has successfully served on the management team at the Auditor’s Office for years. Fell should be our choice for auditor this November.

Guy D. LaRue

Tulalip

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