To the editor: I am deeply concerned about James Olsen’s ability to represent our district. He calls his liberal neighbors on Bainbridge “louses” [sic] and has directed thinly veiled threats to me such as “Don’t suffer LiberalLouse infest: Call the Orkin Man” as if I am in need of extermination (Twitter, Nov. 14, 2013).
To the editor: Before you vote reflexively for the Democratic candidate in the race for county prosecutor, take heed from this Democrat: this is one race where it would be best to cross party lines.
To the editor: On Oct. 4, 2014, Officer Mo Stitch of the Bainbridge Island Police Department walked onto private property without an arrest warrant to “warn” a 72-year-old mentally-ill woman not to trespass on her neighbor’s property.
To the editor: It’s fall so we are bombarded with James Olsen campaign signs. We’ve managed to keep him sidelined so far, but it’s important new residents have the facts.
To the editor: Paul Andrews is the clear choice for assessor.
To the editor: As a member of the Kitsap County Assessor’s Office, I have worked with Paul Andrews for almost 20 years.
To the editor: Debbie Vancil may believe that a system where those in office get to pick a replacement county commissioner will result in getting the best, as is the game played by the Court House Club, I do not.
To the editor: Ed Wolfe is sounding more and more like a lobbyist for the realtors and home builders. They, of course, are the ones funding his campaign.
To the editor: If you are sick, weak, or disabled, you know how hard — even impossible — it is to go on foot via ferry to and from Seattle.
To the editor: I don’t know who selected the name “Art Walk,” but surely it was named to fool the public and authorities into believing it to be a benign and peaceful gathering of art lovers
To the editor: In last week’s Review, a story about the Eagle Harbor sewage spill included a photo and caption about rowing in the harbor during a sewage spill.
To the editor: Courage, intelligence and bipartisanship are attributes often lacking in legislative leaders.
To the editor: Voter turnout on Bainbridge Island will help determine several important outcomes in this November’s General Election. Here are two among many reasons for Bainbridge voters to live up to our tradition of caring enough to vote.
To the editor: Last week, I participated in an Age Wave Candidate Forum in Silverdale and was pleased that my representative, Sherry Appleton, was one of the panelists. The forum focused on issues related to the needs of our state’s aging demographic.
To the editor: As a mother, grandmother, and person of faith, I am voting for I-594, for expanded background checks for gun purchases and transfers in Washington. I urge others to do the same.
To the editor: I've known Paul Andrews for just shy of 20 years and can say without a doubt, this is the person who would bring competency and energy to the Office of Kitsap County Assessor.
To the editor: Now that we’ve officially said goodbye to summer, I would like to make an appeal to my fellow runners and dog walkers.
To the editor: I have had the privilege of working side-by-side with Paul Andrews in Kitsap County for seven years. Paul is running for county assessor, and he is the best choice because of his knowledge, vision and commitment to Kitsap County.
To the editor: I support enforceable, logical efforts to make our communities safer. Therefore, I am voting against Initiative 594.
To the editor: It is distressing to read the recent letter to the editor by supporters of the candidate running against Ed Wolfe for Kitsap County Commissioner get the facts wrong and have the wrong facts.