Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Claire Hall Supports Blue Collar Workers

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Lincoln City Homepage Letters to the editor

Blue collar workers are always looking for politicians who don’t say one thing and do another and support their pursuit of the American Dream.

I have been a small business owner in Lincoln County for over 9 years and there is no politician in our county more dedicated to helping the common person achieve the “American Dream” more than Claire Hall.

I not only own a brick and mortar but I own mining claims and work in resource extraction. Claire Hall SUPPORTS small miners and seeks sensible environmental regulations rather than broad bureaucratic decisions that hurt the common worker just trying to make his own way.

Claire has never supported raising taxes to increase services and she does NOT believe in over regulating small business and those of us trying to achieve the American Dream.

I have spoken to Claire about the tragedy of our lost mining history when government entities destroy historic mines and mining sites, those are our our heritage! Claire supports all of our resource extraction industries while keeping in mind that we can’t fish a dead ocean, we can’t log a dead forest and we can’t mine a dead earth.

From loggers like my friends to miners like me, those trying to achieve our dreams, Claire’s got our back!

Laura Joki
Head Dirt Nerd
Rock Your World, LLC
Lincoln City, OR
541-351-8423
[email protected]

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Laura Joki 2020: politicians who don’t say one thing and do another

    Bill Hall 2018: ‘I couldn’t wear this mask one more day’: A county commissioner named Bill becomes Claire”

  2. You can bet the commissioners are drawing full pay. Heck, even half time is over 50k. Plus 401k and medical. Their 401k is what, 10-13% of gross wages?

  3. My vote is for Dave Davis. He has worked in several capacities in the courthouse, and knows where the skeletons are buried.

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