Experience - Leadership - Integrity

Elect Janet St. Clair for Island County Commissioner District 3
I am seeking your vote because I will listen to the priorities of the people I serve so we can protect and strengthen what matters most to the people of Island County.  
Every day, I will bring civility and responsiveness to my service to the public.
I will be your voice for Island County,
assuring representation for both Camano Island and North Whidbey. 
As your commissioner, I will:
Work for you to ensure healthy communities so our children, vets, seniors and neighbors thrive
 Improve access to all healthcare including mental health and substance abuse treatment
 Advocate for a dignified retirement so we can all age in our place
Support small business and economic diversity
Protect our beaches, forests and parks
Respect for all -- service always
Paid for by The Committee to Elect Janet St. Clair


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    October is Civility Month

    Why would I sign a civility pledge?  Shouldn’t civility be a matter of course? The answer is yes…but unfortunately it isn’t always present in our current political climate.  I learned long ago that leadership is about intention.  When we are intentional in our words and actions, the outcomes and values we seek are more likely to happen.    

    I have said often in my campaign that I am running for Island County Commissioner because I believe we can bring people together, that our shared values and commitment to our communities is greater than those things which divide us.  I wrote a blog early in the campaign about the importance of moving past tribalism and extreme partisanship and renew a civil discourse on the concerns facing us, recognizing that we can engage our differences of opinion to find stronger, better solutions for those issues facing us. You can find it here.

    Civility First is holding a series of events in partnership with Sno-Isle Libraries.  I strongly encourage you to visit one of these discussions or their website.  October is Civility Month.  Would you join many others to sign the Civility Pledge?  You can find more information here.  You can also attend one of the events in the attached flyer.

    As a nonprofit executive, social worker and a mother, I have long been comfortable with uncomfortable conversations.  I will stay engaged, respectful and responsive to those who come with their concerns and ideas.  So yes, I signed the Civility Pledge and I intend to work to keep that pledge not only in this campaign but in all my efforts to work for stronger communities in Island County. 

    Let’s talk.


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  • Janet St. Clair
    commented 2018-07-09 22:29:44 -0700
    Thanks Angela!
  • Angela Sharpe
    commented 2018-07-07 14:52:25 -0700
    Hello, I live in Elger Bay area. Thanks for stopping by and I’m glad someone is a candidate that’s looking out for what’s important to me. Healthcare, substance treatment, housing, seniors, environment and true leadership.