Bob Kaul is again a candidate for the Havre City Council. He has served his constituency and the city well, therefore, why not send him back.
I have worked with Bob on many fronts. What I like about Bob is that he is a commonsense man, a good listener and one who thoroughly studies an issue before making a decision. Bob is involved in his community and is a great ambassador. He has traveled with me many times, to testify before the Legislature, to meet with the governor, or to go to meetings in Alberta as we strive for a 24-hour Port of Wild Horse.
Bob has worked all his life and is still actively involved. He comes from an agricultural background and has worked in many professions in his life. Experience, knowledge and dedication make for a good city councilman, wouldn't you agree?
Let's keep Bob working for us.
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