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Letter to the editor: Wian for Westmoreland County recorder of deeds

With the May primary election just around the corner, there is one candidate who stands out as the clear choice for Westmoreland County recorder of deeds: Jon Wian. While serving as deputy treasurer, Wian has demonstrated the leadership skills, work ethic and dedication needed to successfully run a county row office.

Wian’s experience in county government, combined with his knowledge of the real estate industry, makes him the obvious choice for the office that oversees the property records for the county.

I am proud to put my support behind Wian, and I urge voters to do the same on May 21.

Bryan Kline

Penn Township, Westmoreland County

The writer is Westmoreland County clerk of courts.

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