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Take a stand on Tuesday & vote for Frank Edelblut for governor

To The Daily Sun,

Let's be intellectually honest for a moment. For many, social position is more important than the survival of freedom in New Hampshire. In New Hampshire, there are so many who are overwhelmed with the problems of their jobs, school districts, and businesses, they don't have time to be concerned with politics. But now is the time.

Let's not be angry with those who are trying to save our state. For those who put God, family, state and country above social status, and want an honest, energetic, capable governor who is willing to investigate facts and reach a logical conclusion — no matter how unpleasant that conclusion might be — take a stand and vote for Frank Edelblut for governor.

Valerie Fraser

New Hampton

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Don't forget, Tuesday is primary election day in New Hampshire

To The Daily Sun,

Undeclared voters may vote in the Democratic primary election on Sept. 13. Immediately after voting, they may return to undeclared status with the supervisors of the checklist.

For more information on the candidates go to, http://www.laconiademocrats.org/.

You may register at the polling place on Election Day as long as the polls are open. You must be 18 years or older on Election Day and a U.S. citizen

There is no minimum period of time you are required to have lived in the state before being allowed to register. You can only register in the town or ward in which you are domiciled.

You will need an ID card issued by the state like a driver's license or a U.S. armed services ID card, a U.S. passport, or a valid student ID card from a New Hampshire school. If you don't have one of these IDs, you can either:

— Have your identity verified by a voting official at your voting location.

— Be photographed by a voting official at your voting location before you vote (if you object to being photographed for religious reasons, you can sign a sworn statement instead).

Hope to see you at the polls.

Mo Baxley
Laconia

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