To The Daily Sun,
Charlie St. Clair of Laconia is running for state representative in the special election being held on Tuesday, Sept. 12. The vacant N.H. House seat is District 9, representing Laconia and Belmont. This vacancy was created by the resignation of Robert Fisher last May.
Charlie is a small business owner and community activist who knows the struggles facing people today. He’ll be a problem-solver in Concord because that’s what he’s always done. Whether it’s organizing Motorcycle Week, or serving on the Planning Board, or bringing the Pumpkin Festival to Laconia, he sees a problem and he works to fix it.
Born and raised in Laconia, Charlie attended the Laconia public schools. He later became an elementary and high school teacher, and he is now owner of the Laconia Antique Center and executive director of Motorcycle Week. In Charlie’s words, “I’m running for office because I’m tired of partisan politics that don’t accomplish anything. I’ll always put people before party politics.” Voters can find out more on his website, https://charliestclair.org.
Nick Taylor, director of House and Senate Democrats, says citizens can help Charlie St. Clair win this important Statehouse race by volunteering to canvass for him, either in person or by phone, during the next two weeks. According to Taylor, voters are encouraged to contact Erin Cotton at 603-452-8456 to sign up. Or make a donation online at https://secure.actblue.com/donate/electstclair. And be sure to vote in the special election coming up on Tuesday, September 12!
Mo Baxley, Chair
Belknap County Democrats
- Written by Edward Engler
- Category: Letters
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