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Wright demonstrates the decision-making attitude we need

To The Daily Sun,

We have known Bill Wright, who is running for Sheriff in Belknap County, for many years. He's a hard-working honest policeman and family man.

His accomplishments: U.S. Marine, New Hampshire Army National Guard, Belmont Police officer, and sheriff's deputy.

This is Bill's next step in his progression for law enforcement.
Bill knows the problems of Belknap County and will take the initiative to resolve the issues, especially the drug crisis. Bill steps up to the plate as a experienced law enforcer and wants good to come to our county.

Our vote is with Bill Wright since he demonstrates the values and decision-making attitude as a officer of the law which we need in our county. Bill Wright has the integrity and experience to provide as our Belknap Sheriff. Vote Bill Wright for sheriff.

Doug and Terry Rasp

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‘Hillary’s America’ screening was informative and inspirational

To The Daily Sun,

On Thursday, Aug. 18, Judy Krahulec organized and sponsored a private showing at the Gilford Cinema of Dinesh D'Souza's most recent film, "Hillary's America - The Secret History of the Democratic Party," which has been billed as the most important movie you'll see before you vote.

The movie was completely sold out and there was actually a waiting list for those who had not reserved their tickets ahead of time, and ultimately every seat in the theater in which it was shown was filled.

The movie was very informative and inspirational and brought forward many inconvenient historical facts about the Democratic Party, including its unwavering support of slavery, its use of the KKK as its military arm, and its promulgation of gun control to disarm blacks. It also highlighted only a few of Hillary's numerous and various lies, including her pay-to-play arrangements between her foundation and our State Department.

Judy did a great service for our community by holding this event and it is hoped that more people get a chance to see this movie before the November General Election, no matter what one might think about the candidate opposing Hillary.

And in case you can't see the movie, buy D'Souza's books on the same topic.

Norman Silber


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