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Published: Thursday, November 1, 2012, 12:01 a.m.
Everett City Council

Bader will bring fresh perspective

Diverse voices need to be represented on the Everett City Council and Scott Bader is just the person to bring a fresh perspective.
For the past several years, the majority of the seven elected City Council positions have almost exclusively been held by residents living north of 16th street in northwest Everett. At times, there have been five of the seven Council positions and most often, four of the seven positions.
Electing Scott Bader to the Everett City Council will ensure that a majority of our city council members don't all live within a few blocks of each other.
Scott Bader lives with his family in the Riverside neighborhood in east Everett, and has spent most of his life in South Everett. Scott will bring perspective and representation to the council from throughout the city.
Scott Bader is experienced and has excellent credentials to serve on the council. Scott is the best choice. Support Scott Bader for Everett City Council Position 5.
Casey Ross
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