ABERDEEN, Wash. - Dr. Jack Dwyer tells KBKW Exclusively that he will announce on Thursday his intentions to fill the seat of retiring House Majority Leader Kessler. Dr. Dwyer - A Chiropractor, and Board member of the Ark of Grays Harbor told us this morning that he plans to listen to the people "One of the problems I think our politicians today have had is that we don't listen to people. We come in with our preconceived notions about what people want, instead of listening to what the need first."
Dwyer said he greatly appreciates everything Kessler has done for the 24th District which covers Clallam, Jefferson, and a portion of Grays Harbor County "I hope that I can continue her positions and her history, particularly regarding jobs on the Harbor."
The 24th district will elect a new representative in the November second general election, The Filing period for the seat ends in June. A Clallam County Commissioner, Steve Tharinger announced last month that he may run for the seat, although he is not expected to announce a final decision until mid-May.