Litzow led charge on public schools investment | Letter

When Washingtonians asked for a high quality education system, Litzow answered.

  • Thursday, October 27, 2016 6:59pm
  • Opinion

When Washingtonians asked for a high quality education system, Litzow answered. As our voice in Olympia, Steve led the charge on investing $4.5 billion in public schools the largest increase in state history.

Steve worked with Democrats and Republicans to give teachers their first pay raise in 7 years. Steve Litzow is looking out for our future by looking out for our students. I firmly support Steve this fall.

Evan McDonald


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