Betty Carteret and Jan Hersey are hosting a get together to meet State Senate candidate Angie Homola on Sunday October 2nd from 3 – 5 PM at the Dewey Beach Community Hall/Fire Station. Eric & I are supporting her and hope you’ll come hear what she has to say about her priorities and ideas for the 10thLegislative District and Washington State.
Angie lives nearby in Oak Harbor and is a long term Washington resident, mother of two, and wife of a Naval aviator. Angie is a registered architect who put herself through school with student loans and working as a laborer, machinist and carpenter. She’s worked as an architect and for the Island County Planning Department. She has a master’s degree in environmental law and policy and is a strong supporter of managing growth with a view to protecting our natural resources. Angie served as an Island County Commissioner from 2009 – 2012 and also on a number of boards and commissions She is a strong advocate for government accountability and transparency and is concerned about the influence lobbyists currently have in our state government.
Angie is very interested in meeting us and hearing our questions and concerns. She is an experienced public servant and I think you’ll be impressed with her ideas and resume. It’s always a plus to have an opportunity to meet and make a personal connection with our candidates and let them know what’s important to us. Angie is a grass roots candidate who has a long history of public service as an elected official and volunteer and her priority is the people she serves.
Please join us to get together with friends and neighbors and meet our State Senate candidate. Jan and I will provide light refreshments (appetizers and beverages). It would be very helpful if you could let me know if you can come, so we’ll have some idea of how much food to prepare. But if you can’t commit in advance, please feel free to just drop by. For you football fans, the Seahawks game is in the morning (10 AM) and will be over by that time and we can celebrate or console ourselves together. Hope to see you Sunday! Feel free to contact Betty if you have any questions.