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Vote Rosemary Landry in Meredith & Barbara Howard in Alton

To The Daily Sun,

We are writing in support of two fine candidates running for local office in the Lakes Region.

Rosemary Landry, who is running for Selectboard in Meredith, has been a tireless fighter for the citizens of Meredith and the state. She's attended countless meetings statewide and locally and filmed many of them in an effort to bring to light the problems facing her town and state. Rosemary was instrumental in getting out important information regarding proposed rotaries in Meredith and the problems they would have caused. Rosemary will always keep the best interests of her town and its citizens at the forefront. We encourage the citizens of Meredith to cast their votes for Rosemary Landry for Selectboard on March 10th.

In our hometown of Alton, we're supporting Barbara Howard for the three-year term on the School Board. Barbara is another fine example of someone who has spent countless hours fighting for what is right for our town. She's a compassionate person who devotes much of her time to the disabled and was an outstanding member of Alton's Budget Committee.

Recent developments brought on by three school board members in Alton show we need change on the board. We will be writing in Barbara Howard on March 10 to help bring about that change and we encourage others to do the same.

Phil & Chris Wittmann

Alton

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Sue Allen a voice of reason on School Board and she's approachable

To The Daily Sun,

On March 10, Gilford will be filling two, three-year positions on the School Board. I throw my support behind Sue Allen.

I have personally known Sue for many years, and have always been impressed with her dedication to the youth of Gilford in the many volunteer committees and boards she has served on. As in any business, experience is important. Returning Sue to the board not only brings to the community this experience and knowledge, but gives us a person who is a voice of reason, level-headed, and approachable.

Please vote for Sue Allen on March 10.

Cathy Dumais

Gilford

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