Endorsements

 

WE BELIEVE-WE VOTE offers the following voter recommendations for
contested races, based on a Biblical and Constitutional model for governance.

We Believe-We Vote, Stevens County

 

The Stevens County Republican Central Committee(SCRCC) is made up of the elected and appointed Republican Precinct Committee Officers (PCOs), officers and members. 

The Stevens County Republican Central Committee

 

"Rick Johnson is devout and honorable. He approaches every task boldly and with confidence. Knowing the difference between right and wrong, he has a humble and encouraging way. We endorse Rick Johson for Assessor!"

Steve & Laura Mantle, Third District Stevens County, Evans Precinct

 

Steve Cockerham, Colville, WA

 

"I have known Rick Johnson for over 30 years. I know Rick to be a man of integrity who firmly believes in private property rights as one of the fundamental principles of liberty and a necessary precondition for self- government. Rick will do his utmost to keep property taxes as low as possible and to preserve the value of all our properties here in Stevens County. I wholeheartedly endorse his candidacy."

Bernard Currigan, Northport, WA

 

"I recently had the privilege of hosting Rick in my Airbnb. I was impressed with his integrity and Christian values. I'm convinced that he is THE candidate for our Stevens County Assessor's Office. Rick has vision for this area and wants to help the people achieve their goals. I wholeheartedly endorse Rick for this position."

Sandra Lee, Suncrest, WA

 

"I could not be more pleased to lend my endorsement to someone who will work hard for the people of this county and be a team player with other county officials. I believe Rick will bring sound management, courtesy, leadership, and a customer friendly atmosphere back to the Assessor's Office."

Steve Parker, Northport, WA

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