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A moderate who values collaboration, Rabbitt is not aligned with any special interest groups. He makes tough, intelligent decisions that may not always be popular, but which usually represent what is best for the overwhelming majority of his constituents.

His opponent, John King, has positioned his campaign on a very narrow, somewhat obscure set of issues, chief among them cutting off Marin County's water supply and shutting down the composting facility at the county landfill. We don't think voters consider these items top priorities, and do not believe King has the experience, knowledge, skills or temperament to effectively govern.

At a time when the Board of Supervisors will need to make hard decisions over the next four years, it is important that the south county be represented by someone with the knowledge and good judgment to make the right decisions benefitting the county as a whole for the long term.

The Argus-Courier recommends David Rabbitt for that job.