Why Should You Support Annette Cleveland?

Here are what leaders in Clark County are saying about Annette Cleveland:

“Annette’s commitment to education is one of the many reasons I am supporting her…Annette won’t settle for anything less than a first class education for our kids. She will fight to make school funding a top priority and make sure that every child has the opportunity to excel. Annette has been endorsed by the Washington Education Association and I’m proud to support her campaign.” – Al Bauer, Retired State Senator

“Annette is a smart, energetic leader who understands the values and need to knock on doors and meet the people of the community. She will be a great state Senator.” – Val Ogden,  Retired State Representative

“Annette knows the value of good paying jobs and appreciates that our economy is only as strong as the middle class that supports it” – Cager Clabaugh, ILWU Local 4

“We need a State Senator who was born and raised in Clark County, has chosen Clark County as THE best place to work and raise her own family, knows the community, its growth and needs. That’s Annette Cleveland.” – Ginger Metcalf, Consultant, Community and Economic Development, Governmental Affairs

“Throughout the 23 years I have known and worked with Annette on numerous significant community projects such as the Vancouver Land Bridge, and the Marshall Lecture Series, she has been a great listener, worked diligently, has been caring and thoughtful – always a professional.  Whatever the situation, Annette exemplifies the “service above self” quality”.  – Jane Jacobsen, Executive Director, Confluence Project

“Having worked with Annette for more than 12  years while she was in Senator Murray’s office and at the American Cancer Society, I have seen first hand her tireless efforts to help constituents and cancer patients.  An example of her commitment to work for and support our community was her key role in the Kaiser Shipyards 50-year Anniversary.  Annette was a key member of the steering committee to recognize and thank the people in our community who were part of the greatest generation for their diligent effort during World War II, specifically at the Kaiser Vancouver Shipyards.” – Sue Fratt, retired, former SW WA Director, Governor Booth Gardner, Executive Director American Lung Association Western Region