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108 towns need Joe Kenney's knowledge & experience in Concord

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To The Daily Sun,

About a week from now we will have the opportunity to vote to fill the position of Executive Councilor. I will cast my vote for Joe Kenney, whom I feel has the passion to help others, much as Ray Burton did. Joe Kenney has the necessary qualifications to perform in an exemplary manner.

What impresses me most about Joe is the no-nonsense way in which he addresses the issues. Joe does not hedge as to where he stands on the issues. For example, he clearly states on his website and his handouts that he is against the Northern Pass and the wind projects, which he feels will destroy the beauty of our Granite State. Joe's 34 years of service to our country as a Marine Corps officer attest to his ability to make the most difficult of decisions and his 14 years of experience in the Statehouse make him the most qualified for the Office of Executive Council.

When Joe was a state Senator, he brought jobs to New Hampshire. Additionally, Joe's position as chair of the Energy and Infrastructure Committee further demonstrates that he has the institutional knowledge to address the problems of New Hampshire's crumbling infrastructure while sticking to a budget.

The 108 towns who will elect the next Executive Councilor need Joe Kenney's experience and knowledge in Concord. Please vote for Joe, who will be a real advocate for the folks he represents.

Mike Marino