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It’s Lemon over Lindstrom

Buddy ShipleyEdwards

Heather Lemon first came to the High Country in 1972. She and her family returned to Eagle County in 1994 where they have lived and worked since.Heather knows the mountain communities and understands their needs. She will work for the citizens of Eagle, Lake and Summit counties. Her opponent, however, has changed parties almost as often as he has changed positions. He became a Republican to get appointed as Summit County Commissioner in the late 1990s. He then ran against the Green Party as an Independent.And then last year, to run for office again, he became a Democrat. This past August he favored Amendment 34, now he’s against it. If a candidate constantly changes issue positions just to say whatever he thinks voters want to hear, you can never know what he truly stands for. Such opportunistic behavior deserves only our wrath, not our support.

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