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Hope you avoided the poison ivy while you were stealing my Trump sign

To The Daily Sun,

My president Donald Trump sign was taken down at the end of my road. That says a lot about the people on the other side. Unfortunately, the sign has fallen over into the poison ivy and oak three or four times. I hope you had gloves on.

Signs for free, let them be.

George Horne


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Reps who want to de-fund the county farm shouldn't be re-elected

To The Daily Sun,
Last spring, certain Carroll County representatives voted to slash the Carroll County Farm's budget — thereby forcing employee terminations, reduction in the application of fertilizers and discontinuation of cord wood procurement for the firewood business, among other restraints. Many of these short-sighted representatives are now advocating for a plan
to convert the farm into a 'learning center,' duplicating the work of the UNH Cooperative Extension. Don't be fooled by this facade; these people are trying to terminate our historical farm.

Although this attack on the farm is only one issue in a campaign of many concerns, many of us in the agricultural community believe that these representatives showed such poor judgement in de-funding the farm that they should not be re-elected.

Defend the county farm by voting to unseat incumbent Glenn Cordelli and vote instead for farm supporters in District 4: Karel Crawford, Gary Chehames, and Paul Puntureiri (vote for two of the three).

Mark Longley
Coalition to Save the County Farm

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