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Promoting public safety, health

Promoting public safety, health, businesses, social programs, and preservation of our rural way of life, Izzy Martin has an excellent record ($400,000 for mental health, $6 million for “rainy day” reserve, improved library services, to mention a few). It is public record, accessible for all.

She respectfully runs a campaign on her own merits, not needing to resort to name-calling or slander of opponents.

She represents a large spectrum of many citizens from various political and economic backgrounds As a health-care professional, she has my vote to continue making our county a safe place to live.

Jane Garcia

Penn Valley

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