To The Daily Sun,
Mr. mystery candidate Hull, as per your Oct. 11 letter: when you served as the town of Grafton Health Officer and Planning Board member what did you do about your town offices that have been condemned for the last year or so for black mold and water damage? Why is your town clerk located in the Post Office? How does that work, how can you use a United States Post Office for town business?
You mentioned that if you get elected that you will reduce taxes. How do you propose to do that without reducing services? I for one would like to know as would all of the voters. Will you bring another lawsuit against Grafton County that has already cost tax payers thousands in legal fees? Maybe you plan on taking money away from the County Nursing Home. Maybe you'll cut funds to N.A.N.A., or to the Region III Family Support Council and the Lakes Region Community Services. Will you reduce taxes by attacking education by doing away with the Department of Education or the states roads and bridge projects? What are your "proposed responsible budget solutions," we have all heard this song before.
What fees on working families are you talking about? The only fees imposed on working families that I'm aware of are fees at tourist attractions.
The Republican Party is not about slash and burn, but to balance the budget, fixing what is broken without sacrificing services that all of our citizens rely on day in and day out. The Republican Party is about reduced "spending". It's about ensuring that dedicated funds are used for their intended use, not for budget balancing acts.
You mentioned preserving Second Amendment rights. Other than attacks by the mayor of New York City, how are our Second Amendment rights threatened? My constituents have other concerns on their minds and the Second Amendment is the last thing they are worrying about. I'd be more concerned about dedicated funds being raided "again", from our self-funding Department of Fish and Game.
Mr. mystery Free State Project Activist Libertarian from the town of Grafton, before you think about going to Concord to fix problems, try fixing what is wrong with your own town's infrastructure and commerce first. You are not any part of the Republican Party I recognize, except in name only. That name is RINO.
One more thing you should know, as a House member you are a lawmaker and as a lawmaker you should be aware that IRS 501(c)(3) prohibits a non-profit organization from endorsing a political candidate or political party. Think about that before you attach the Wind Watch Group signs without their permission, again, to your name on totems like you did in the primary. You have no affiliation with the Wind Watch Group. I will not let these good people get screwed because you think it's in your best self serving interest.
You drum yourself up to be some kind of responsible, start acting like it.
Eric T. Rottenecker (R)
Veteran, Fiscal Conservative
Write in candidate, Grafton Dist 9