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Sen. Forrester clearly opposed the best interests of Meredith

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To the editor,

What is it that I’m missing? Can someone please explain to me why Senator Jeanie Forrester voted with the majority of the New Hampshire Senate last night to override Governor Lynch’s veto of the House redistricting plan – a plan that denies Meredith voters of the constitutional representation to which a town of that size is entitled? Why did she change her vote in that dramatic way from her original vote against the House plan – a vote for which ...

To the editor,

What is it that I’m missing? Can someone please explain to me why Senator Jeanie Forrester voted with the majority of the New Hampshire Senate last night to override Governor Lynch’s veto of the House redistricting plan – a plan that denies Meredith voters of the constitutional representation to which a town of that size is entitled? Why did she change her vote in that dramatic way from her original vote against the House plan – a vote for which I applauded her? Who or what changed Senator Forrester’s mind to do something which is so clearly opposed to the best interests of the town of Meredith?

Can someone help me understand why she took this outrageous vote? I’d really like to know!

Anne Rogers

Meredith