If you want a heartwarming experience, please watch this short video made by our 10-year-old grandson for a Veteran’s Day school project.
By now you will have heard that Thad Duvall won re-election for Douglas County Auditor. We are so grateful for the wise voters we have in this county who did their homework and voted for who they judged to be the best choice for Douglas County. Thad is humbled by your confidence and will continue to serve Douglas County with great energy and distinction. Thank you!
If you are interested in details, you can find all the election results at http://www.douglascountywa.gov .
Today’s the day! Make sure your ballot is postmarked today or dropped in a dropbox before 8:00 p.m.! Every ballot counts, and we especially hope that you will vote for Thad Duvall for Douglas County Auditor. He is far and away the best choice for Douglas County!
Senate Bill 5785 ends the 7-year license plate replacement program. Starting January 1, 2015, new plates and registration will be required whenever a vehicle changes ownership. A car owner may keep the same license plate as long as they own the car. Originally SB 5785 did not allow for any common sense exceptions. Auditor Thad Duvall testified before the House Transportation Committee and subsequently offered proposed language to amend the bill. Representative Brad Hawkins added additional language and amended the bill on the Floor of the House of Representatives. Now the bill is more customer-friendly, with needed exceptions that make sense. As a result of the amendment, license plate replacement and new registration will not be required when a change in vehicle ownership (title work) is the result of one or more of the following circumstances:
- When adding a lien holder to the certificate of title or removing a lien holder from the title;
- When a vehicle is transferred from one spouse or registered domestic partner to another;
- When removing a deceased spouse or registered domestic partner from the title;
- When a vehicle is transferred by gift or inheritance to one or more members of the registered owner’s immediate family;
- When a vehicle is transferred into or out of a trust in which the registered owner or one or more immediate family members of the registered owner is the beneficiary;
- When a leaseholder buys out the leased vehicle; or
- When a person changes his or her name.
Many thanks to Auditor Duvall and Representative Hawkins for providing the amendment that makes this legislation work better for all their constituents.
Our last post informed you of upcoming articles in the Wenatchee World and the Empire Press. Those came out last week in the Press on Oct. 16th, and the World on the 17th. The link for the Empire Press article is: http://www.empire-press.com/2014/10/get-to-know-your-candidate/ . Scroll down until you see Thad’s picture and info. There were several articles in the World, but they can only be read online if you have an online subscription (or a print subscription). If you do, you can go to http://www.wenworld.com and search for “Thad Duvall.” You should get at least 3 results.
In the past week, Thad has responded to requests for campaign information from both the Empire Press and the Wenatchee World. Watch for articles in both papers within the week! We’ll post links to web content as soon as we are aware of it.
The County Auditor oversees Elections, Licensing, Recording and Accounting for the County. It’s a complex job that has kept Thad Duvall very busy, serving the citizens of Douglas County with distinction for the last 17 years.
Experience matters. Experience counts. Do what is best for Douglas County.
Re-elect Thad Duvall Douglas County Auditor.