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From over 300 million people we narrowed it down to these two?

To The Daily Sun,

I have just reviewed a list of 100 Wikileaks regarding Hillary Clinton. The site starts with an explanation about what Wikileaks is, how it operates and most pertinent, that in it's 1- years of existence, not one of it's leaks has been proven false. The Clinton site is "mostdamagingwikileaks.com". For those Hillary die-hard supporters that dare to look, there is very discouraging look at what we may get as our next president. She brags about her 30 years of public service and experience. She does have that, but not so much to brag about. Take a look, and to paraphrase, would you wart her to be a role model for your daughter?
To me, it still is not believable that from the over three hundred million U.S. citizens, we have these two deeply flawed people as our choice to lead this great country. It only proves that this office is for sale to the the highest bidder and that whoever wins, the country will suffer greatly from their victory. I don't believe that I am alone in going to vote, not for a plausible candidate, but against the least plausible. What a sad day for the whole country!!
Donald Lockwood

Laconia

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Giuda's opponent believes government should tax & regulate more

To The Daily Sun,

On election day, I'm supporting Bob Giuda for state Senate. While we're lucky to have two honorable candidates, there are significant differences in their experience and their ideas about the role of government.

Government sets the environment for people and businesses to succeed. Our current business environment is costing us businesses and jobs. Poor workforce development is causing companies to leave. High energy costs are keeping new businesses from coming. These failures lie squarely at the feet of government.

Giuda's opponent believes government should tax more, regulate more, and mandate business policy. But these issues are exactly what are driving major employers away, as Hitchener, Ruger and EFI/Vu-tek move over 1,000 jobs out of our area. Without jobs, we don't have an economy.

Bob Giuda is running "to improve the lives and prosperity of the people and businesses of New Hampshire." His life and legislative experience are second to none. He understands high-tech, because he earns his living high tech. He understands the environment, because he visits places where it is being destroyed. He understands freedom, because he flies to places where it does not exist. He understands business, because he has owned and operated businesses. And he understands leadership, because he has been a leader — in the Marines, in his community, and for our state.

We need a senator who knows how to get things done in Concord. Bob's proven leadership, experience and judgment are exactly what we need.

Please join me in voting for Bob Giuda for state Senate.

Dave DeVoy, Chairman
Belknap County Commission
Sanbornton

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