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Angela already embodies what the role of County Supervisor is all about: service. For decades, she has been a leader in Dickinson County, strengthening community ties, shining a light on pervasive problems like food insecurity and health care affordability, and lifting up the most vulnerable among us. Last summer, I was incredibly fortunate to see her love for community up close when we delivered meals together in Spirit Lake as part of the Meals on Wheels program. As Dickinson County Supervisor, I have no doubt that Angela will work tirelessly to better the lives of everyone in Dickinson County. For all, J.D. Scholten
I endorse Angela Kofoot for the following reasons: She has the corporate, financial and small business background needed by the Board in the coming months and years for tough financial choices during and post Covid-19. She has multiple connections within the community through her position as Executive Director of the Voluntary Action Center. She has proven leadership skills in pulling different groups together to accomplish mutual goals. She is skilled with technology, social media and marketing. In addition to those qualifications, her presence on the Board of Supervisors would continue the more than thirty- year history of some gender balance on the Board, a fact that I believe is critical to a full-functioning County Board of Supervisors. Like my predecessor, June Goldman, I believe it is the person before the party affiliation that is most important at the local level. Pam Jordan Retiring Supervisor, District 5, South Spirit Lake
Angela Kofoot is a tireless worker for the people of Dickinson County. A problem solver, she jumped right in to keep meals going out to our seniors when COVID-19 put their daily lifeline at risk. I know Angela will serve us well on the Board of Supervisors. I can't wait to see how her fresh ideas will enrich our county in the future. PAMELA A. WINGERT ATTORNEY AT LAW
My name is Diane Rottunda and I want to go on record as endorsing Angela Kofoot for a position on the Dickinson County Board of Supervisors. I have known Angela for most of her life. I have also had the pleasure of working with her in the past. I know her to be dedicated, honest, hardworking, problem solver and a very good listener. She is involved in several community services and excels at working with people. This also shows her love of the community. Please vote for her as I feel she would be a great asset to the Dickinson County Board of Supervisors.
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Important Vote - I encourage voters to seriously consider Angela Kofoot as your choice for the open Supervisor in District 5. Angela was a member of one of the Spirit Lake H.S. softball teams I coached and I was impressed with her hard work in contributing to our having a very competitive, winning team. She was one of those team players who was unselfish, working to be the best player she could be. She has a great sense of humor, and was always supportive of her teammates and coaches! The lessons she learned as a hard worker and team player have carried over to her current success in her career and will be invaluable in her position as a Supervisor.
VOTE SMART When voters living in Dickinson County District 5 (South Spirit Lake) prepare to vote in our upcoming November 3rd election, they must make a smart decision. One man and one woman are running to become their new County Supervisor in 2021. One candidate is running as a Republican, the other as a Democrat. All too often the voters make the erroneous choice to vote based upon the candidate’s political affiliation. It is a common misconception to think that our county Supervisors base their actions and decisions on a political basis. WRONG! Once our Supervisors take their seats, all discussions, decisions, and actions are done on a non-political basis. Political affiliation is the wrong criteria for electing our county Supervisors. Knowing this now will simplify the voter’s best choice to fill this important county office. The smart voter will make their decision based on GENDER and the candidate’s personal CREDENTIALS. In 2001 I was elected to serve as a county Supervisor. For the subsequent 16 years, I served and sat on the Board next to Supervisor Mardi Allen and Supervisor Pam Jordan. I personally witnessed the tremendous contributions these 2 women made. They thought and solved problems differently than their male counterparts. Our new courthouse and controlled taxation were just 2 of their many contributions. These women proved to me that voting in QUALIFIED WOMEN on our Board of Supervisors is a MUST DO. Pam Jordan is retiring in 2020. Angela Kofoot is running for Supervisor in District 5. Her credentials are impressive. Out of her many qualifications, consider these: • Angela is well educated, with a USD bachelor’s degree in psychology and secondary education (mathematics minor, with honors), with an Oracle master’s in Manufacturing and IT Implementation • Angela has worked in managerial positions controlling $25M budgets and has done business consulting for many corporations • Angela is organized and is committed to faithfully and wisely serve a 40+ hour work week • Angela does not have a conflict of interest nor a private personal agenda • Angela has the gift of building group cooperation, not divisiveness Your vote for Angela Kofoot is the smart vote!
Drop off your absentee ballots in the secure metal box outside the west entrance to the courthouse, so you don’t have to go inside and put on a mask.
Wed 10/28: 8:15AM-4:15pm Thur 10/29: 8:15AM-4:15pm Fri 10/30: 8:15am-4:15pm Sat 10/31: 9am-5pm Mon 11/2: 8:15am-5pm
Folks in our district can vote in person at the EXPO Center on Tuesday November 3rd from 7am to 9pm.