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Ayotte knew there was lots to suggest Trump wasn't a role model before last weekend

To The Daily Sun,

Kelly Ayotte was elected to the U.S. Senate for six years. This was plenty of time for her to show her true colors. Type 1 Kelly arrived in Washington to have her picture taken repeatedly with John McCain and Lindsey Graham. Her voting record was to follow the Republican line. There was no independent thinking.

Type 2 Kelly showed up in time for the next election. She tried to broaden her base by taking a few moderate positions. She began emailing you and talking about working for you. Will the real Kelly Ayotte please stand up?

A majority of people from New Hampshire and the nation voted for President Obama not once, but twice. He nominated a candidate for the Supreme Court who should have been interviewed and voted on in a reasonable amount of time. Kelly supported keeping this on the shelf and thereby helping the Senate not to do its job.
Recently she supported Donald Trump, saying he was a good role model. Even before the latest evidence against Trump, there was a ton of information saying that he is not a good role model.

It is time for a change. Kelly Ayotte puts the Republican Party ahead of the people she represents. Kelly is for Kelly, and does not deserve your vote.

Paul Bonneville
Lochmere (Tilton)

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Lots of October events for adults and students at the Meredith Public Library

To The Daily Sun,

During October, come to Meredith Public Library and participate in the many free events for adults and students of Meredith and the Lakes Region.

— Thursday, Oct. 13, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. will be a lecture by Marianne O'Connor, author of "Haunted Hikes in New Hampshire." She will share the scariest and eeriest places to hike in our state.

— Ghostly Saturday is Oct. 15. Drop in anytime from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Children will make a Halloween craft to take home, visit the Children's Room and enjoy a snack.

— Haunted House Creations is on Friday, Oct. 21, from 3 to 4 p.m. Children, aged 4 and up, will decorate their own haunted house with gooey frosting and lots of sweet treats. No cost, but sign up as there is a limit of 25 children. Call 279-4303 to reserve a spot.

— At the Tot Time Party on Friday, Oct. 28, from 10 to 11 a.m., little ones, in costume, will listen to a spooky story, and enjoy a craft and a snack.

— From 5 to 7 p.m., also on Oct. 28, an After Hours Halloween Party is planned for ages 8-18. Costumes are mandatory. Come for ghost stories, riddles and games. Spooky snacks will be served. See if the library ghost makes an appearance.

Come experience what Meredith Public Library has to offer our community this October.

Deb McNeish
Friends of Meredith Public Library

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