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Bonnie Mager has a knack for turning opponents into friends. At Unity in the Community, primary candidate Steve Salvatori and incumbent Bonnie Mager laugh it up. By the time this photo was taken, Salvatori had already conceded defeat and was taking down his signs.
This photo is to the credit of both Steve and Bonnie. Too many politicians and people in general take themselves too seriously. Sure . . . the problems that our community and society face are serious, but as individuals we need to be humble about our own role in solving them.
According to Bart Haggin, Bonnie and Phil Harris are now getting along well also.Pin It
Soon we will have blog articles on County and City Politics from citizen journalists, as well as commentary on the election year from voters and activists. Front page bloggers on SpokaneWatch will be writing from a progressive point of view, but anyone is welcome to comment.
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Bryan E. BurkePin It