Mark Faith officially announces he's running for Franklin County Commissioner D1
FRANKLIN COUNTY, Wash. --The races for Franklin County Commissioner are heating up, as another candidate throws his hat into the ring.
Wednesday, at 6:00 PM Mark Faith is making it official that he is running for Franklin County Commissioner in District One, against incumbent Brad Peck, and current Franklin County Human Resource Director Rosie Rumsey. All three candidates are Republicans.
Faith has worked as the Franklin County building inspector for the last seven years. "I love Franklin County. Lots of times I hear people talk and they'll say they wish this wasn't like this and I'll say well I agree, but what can you do? So I wanted to get more involved and see if I can take away some of the barriers that stop us from being better than we are. I already think we're great , but I think we can be much better," says Faith.
Faith is having the event at his house until 7:00pm. He is inviting people to come and meet him, and ask him questions at 3620 Road 92 in Pasco.