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Clintons are nothing less than a corrupt political crime family

To The Daily Sun,

Let me get this straight, because, frankly, it is hard to believe. Bill Clinton, whose wife Hillary was under federal investigation for the email/computer scandal while Secretary of State, "randomly" meets Attorney General Lorretta Lynch on an airport tarmac in Phoenix and privately speaks with her for up to a half hour. Although they both said it was a social meeting, the impression that the former president somehow influenced the investigation cannot be overlooked.

Less than one week later, Hillary Clinton is questioned by the FBI on the weekend of the July Fourth holiday and the interview is neither, under oath, videotaped, nor recorded. On July 5, FBI Director James Comey announces that there will be no recommendation to prosecute Hillary, and stated she was "extremely careless in their handling of very sensitive, highly classified information." He also went on to say, "To be clear, this is not to suggest that in similar circumstances, a person who engaged in this activity would face no consequences. To the contrary, those individuals are often subject to security or administrative sanctions." So in other words there is a double standard with rules for the Clintons and rules for everyone else.

This blatantly puts the Clintons "above the law" and it exposes the true corruption of the current Democratic presidential administration. On July 7 Director Comey was called before Congress in a hearing with the House Oversight Committee. He was asked if Hillary lied under oath at the Benghazi hearing, when she said "there was nothing marked classified on my emails either sent or received." This directly contradicts his written statement about the email investigation and opens up the question that Hillary Clinton committed perjury. The FBI director also refused to answer questions about the shameful Clinton Foundation, the next scandal on the horizon. Hopefully Americans will wake up and see the Clintons for who they really are which is a corrupt, political crime family.

Sean Kenneally


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Fortunate to have Chandler & Cryans on the Democratic ticket

To The Daily Sun,

Area Democrats are happy to announce that they have an outstanding slate of candidates for the coming State Primary on September 13. You'll have a chance to meet the candidates as they describe their goals to move N.H. forward. I'd like to focus on two such candidates, both N.H. natives, whose voting districts include areas covered by this publication.
Charlie Chandler of Warren is running for State Senate — for the seat now held by Jeannie Forrester . Senate District 2 covers 15 towns from Haverhill to Sanbornton. He has over 45 years of experience in state and local government. He currently serves as chairman of the board at Franklin Savings Bank and as a selectman in Warren. Charlie brings a spring in his step. His experience in various state positions (see his bio at www.charliechandler.com) means that on his first day as our senator he'll be ready to tackle the tough issues face N.H.
Mike Cryans (www.mikecryans.org) is running for the N.H. Executive Council District 1 in the image of Ray Burton, who served the district for so long. This is a very large district serving one fifth of the population of the state from Pittsburg to Tilton. Unlike the present District 1 councilor, Mike wants to be seen and heard throughout the area. He wants to know your concerns and to be there for you when crucial issues come before the Governor and Council. This is the office that votes on all major contracts for projects in state departments and agencies. The Executive Council also accepts federal grants to fund important programs like the N.H. Health Protection that has made health care available to so many in the North Country. Mike is presently Grafton County District 1 commissioner. His 18 years in this office, working alongside Ray, have given him an insight into the needs and concerns of those in the North Country.
Both these men have deep roots here and are looking forward to serving the people in their districts and all residents of N.H. They will be there for us when we need them to make the choices to make our state a better place in which to live and prosper!
Fran Taylor

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