To the Editor: Can an opinion be a fact as well? The answer to this question is yes it can. I will tell you why it can. First, one word used to describe Jason Grant. That word is dedicated, second word is committed, and service minded. I will tell you how I know for a fact that these are all Jason Grant.
When I say or hear the word dedicated I honestly think of Jason Grant. I have seen him with his family since his oldest child was a toddler. I have seen him at work and out in the community working. He was doing what it took to solve a case and then be with family. Jason is able to get it done. He is relentless when on a mission.
When I hear the word committed I also think of Jason Grant. I was a former co-worker of his and I have seen how he puts himself into his work. I no longer work with him, but there were many times our children were going to play together and had to reschedule because he had to stay and work on a case. Jason Grant is not a quitter by any means.
When I hear the words service minded, I know for a fact that Jason Grant will do our community more than good. He is more than qualified with maintaining road and bridges and operating machinery. He is able to do the books and maintain a budget and still get out and interact with the community. He knows what kind of job he is facing and still is up for the task. That says so much to the people in government. Jason Grant raises the bar. We as a community will show that we raise the bar by electing Jason Grant.