McIrvin will go the distance for Renton | LETTER TO THE EDITOR

"Distance running takes dedication, commitment, and a positive attitude. I have no doubt that Ryan will take a similar approach to public office and go the distance for Renton."

Ryan McIrvin has a good heart. He has to because he keeps running marathons.

I first met Ryan while participating in the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Team in Training program. Over the course of several months we trained for the Seattle Rock and Roll Marathon while raising dollars to help fund blood cancer research for better treatments and hopefully one day a cure.

Distance running takes dedication, commitment, and a positive attitude. I have no doubt that Ryan will take a similar approach to public office and go the distance for Renton.

Please join me in voting for Ryan McIrvin for Renton City Council on Nov. 3.

Cesar Bernal,
Renton




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