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District 6 endorses Shattuck for House

Mouse River Journal of Towner, North Dakota

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Cindy Shattuck is the endorsed candidate for District 6 House of Representatives. Shattuck was born and raised in the Velva area and graduated from Velva high school. Cindy and her husband Lynn have two children Victoria (Brian) Marsh and Nicholas (Amanda) Shattuck. And are also blessed with four grandchildren; twin girls Al-lara & Briley (7), grandsons Zay-den Marsh (4) & Jager Shattuck (2).

Shattuck's strong commitment to the community and dedication to enhancing the lives of others through community service, make her a strong candidate for District 6.

Cindy is the former Mayor of Velva, past President of League of Cities, and has served on many boards. Shattuck is currently active as a first re-sponder for the Velva Volunteer Ambulance service. She serves on the St. Cecilia's Catholic Church Council and is a board member for both the Velva Association of Commerce and the Velva Medical Clinic. In addition, Shattuck is a royal member of the Velva American Legion Auxiliary and a member of Velva General Federation of Woman's Club.

Shattuck believes that North Dakota grants everyone the opportunity for a chance at a better life and that it's our duty to ensure future generations share this opportunity.

Cindy recognizes the challenges North Dakota faces. Water and sewer, road infrastructure, affordable housing, P-16 education and emergency services.

"We need to work together to maintain and solve these issues and develop long term future plans for our children and grandchildren." Shattuck states, "I will work hard for the people of District 6 and believe my experience and work ethic will serve me and, our legislative district well in the state House of Representatives, and I ask for your support;"

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Original Publication Date: May 23, 2012

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