St. John: Vote for Kerry Moe
To the editor:
When I think of Kerry Moe, that’s Kerry Moe, a write-in candidate for Moffat County Commissioner, District 3, I think of someone who is worthy of your vote on the Nov. 2 election ballot.
Kerry has lived in Moffat County for the past 23 years.
Kerry and her husband, Frank, own and operate the Best Western Deer Park Inn & Suites. They designed and built that business from the ground up more than 14 years ago. They have won numerous national awards because of the quality type of operation they run.
I have known Kerry for more than 20 years now, and I know what a professional and detailed person she is.
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Kerry knows how to run and budget her business. She knows how to treat her employees.
Kerry is a conscientious person. I also know how much she cares about this community.
Kerry took the bull by the horns regarding Colorado House Bill 10-1365, the Clean Air, Clean Jobs Act. She printed more than 4,300 post cards that the public just needed to sign and put a 28-cent stamp on, and send to the Colorado Pub-
lic Utilities Commission in Denver opposing the bill.
Kerry, that’s Kerry Moe, a write in candidate, wants to be your next county commissioner from district 3.
So, when you go to the polls Nov. 2, won’t you join me and write in Kerry on the ballot for county commissioner?
Our future is in our hands.
Tony St John
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Editor’s note: This story was updated at 6:45 p.m. to include a response from the Bureau of Land Management’s national office.