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I am supporting Merek Weisenesee for T-N Fire Commissioner

To The Daily Sun,

As a recent fire commissioner and retired call captain of the Tilton-Northfield Fire District, I would like to express my support for Merek Weisensee for the open position of T-N Fire Commissioner for this upcoming election on March 10.

Weisensee has always been a contributing member to the community, serving with the Navy, as a police officer in the town of Tilton and working for local business. His family is growing in the district and he has expressed his eagerness to assist with the Fire District's safety and financial responsibility as way to continue to give back.

I wish you would join me in supporting Merek Weisensee for fire commissioner. It is clear his knowledge and experiences will be beneficial to the residents of the Tilton-Northfield Fire District.

Bob Watson

Retired Captain, past T-N Fire Commissioner

Tilton

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Here are reason I'm supporting Paul Manganiello for selectman

To The Daily Sun,

The Selectboard race in Bristol is heating up with signs and folks supporting candidates visible in print and at locations around town! How nice it is to have such great people interested in serving our town.

As Election Day draws nearer, I would like you to take a closer look at Paul Manganiello and I share why I believe he is the best choice that makes sense for Bristol.

I have served many years on Bristol's Budget Committee and with Paul these past three years. Paul exercised professionalism and candor as a member of the Budget Committee and will bring these strengths to the Selectboard if elected.

He will stand strong for Bristol residents with fiscal pragmatism, transparency of process, due diligence with all decisions, honest and respectful deliberations.

These are just a few qualities that Paul offers the voters of Bristol. These reasons are why I am supporting Paul and why I feel you should do the same. Please vote Paul Manganiello for Selectboard on March 10.

David Carr
Bristol

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