Friday, October 24, 2014
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Wolk’s ready for the next step

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From page A6 | May 28, 2014 |

We hear a lot about reaching across the aisle and consensus-building being the most effective way to make real change in government.

Dan Wolk has been endorsed by all three of his fellow City Council members. This says a lot about how he manages relationships, governance and conflict on complex issues.

Clearly, his council colleagues have enjoyed good relationships with Dan and believe he is ready for this next step to represent our region in the Assembly.

Voters need to think seriously about what this endorsement means from those colleagues who work closest with him. Dan is also the only candidate for Assembly endorsed by the Democratic Party.

I’m voting for Dan because he has the right set of attributes to represent us — diplomacy, fairness, collegiality and the ability to listen to all sides of an issue.

Julie Hunter
Davis

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