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Granite State is ashamed of Sen. Ayotte for her votes on gun bills

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To the editor,
Here is a letter sent to Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH).
When you chose to vote so independently opposite of the 90 percent of people in the U.S. — not just N.H. — you did not represent women, you did not represent children, you did not represent the law or police, you did represent hunters or even many NRA members. You did not even represent yourself; you represented 10 percent of the people, gun manufacturers and the NRA — for their money.
You and Senator Reed (R-RI) were the only ones in all seven states in the northeast (ME, NH, VT, MA, CT, RI, NY) to vote against S. 649 for background checks on private gun sales.
New Hampshire is ashamed of YOU!
Dorothy Duffy