Homer resident disappointed with Wagoner

My experience with Tom Wagoner has been everything but pleasant, I feel that his negative attitude towards the Natural Gas Line Project to Homer and Kachemak City cost us 1-2 years in getting the governor’s approval on the project and he has no love for the citizens of the lower peninsula. I think it is kind of ironic that due to redistricting, he now wants us to vote for him to represent us. I strongly urge all citizens to carefully look at both candidates for the Republican Primary, as this is the deciding factor and vote in the primary for the candidate that will best represent the lower peninsula. I have done my homework and my vote is for Peter Micciche.


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