To the Daily Sun,
Those of us veteran residents at the New Hampshire Veterans Home here in Tilton were visited by Governor Chris Christie, his wife and three of his four children on July 3.
To date he has been the only presidential candidate to tell us what he has done for veterans in New Jersey that is also making it into VA hospitals though out the United States. It was interesting to note how he explained to the Legislature of his state what financial condition the state was in
and what it would take to put New Jersey back on more stable ground. Even though of different political parties the legislators and the governor agreed on the plans necessary to fix their neighborhoods conditions, their public school problems and finally make New Jersey tourist areas more appealing to travelers.
When will other candidates find out that we might like to hear their efforts for veterans and the real life solutions they may plan to put into place without planning on all-out wars that seem to be a real possibility? While some of us believe that we must protect our freedoms others think
John Q. Public does not need AR - 15s or the like to hunt or target shoot with. Those public servants in safety agencies certainly require this type of protection against drug cartels, felons, some of the mentally deranged and others that threaten their ability to protect us.
We would truly like to hear the candidates' positions and plans so that our 100-plus veterans can plan to ask our questions and begin to think whom we might vote for in our state primary and final selection in the federal administrative and legislative elections.
Please make arrangements to be with us.
Resident Council President
New Hampshire Veterans Home, Tilton
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