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Meet and greet for Bob Giuda in Plymouth on Wednesday

To The Daily Sun,

I will host a meet and greet for Republican state Senate District 2 candidate Bob Giuda on Wednesday, Aug. 24, at 6 p.m. at 53 Cooksville Road in Plymouth. Please RSVP at 536-4756. Space is limited. Hot dogs and burgers will be served.

Bob is a Naval Academy graduate, Marine attack pilot and trainer, FBI agent, airline pilot (soon to be retired). He served two terms in the state House of Representatives (2001-2007) on the ways and means Committee and served as Deputy Majority leader in House. He is a man of character and integrity and a public servant in his home town of Warren. He has served as selectman, town moderator and school board member.

Bob is running because he wants to make this state and country a better place. That is not the case now and it is up to all of us to restore integrity and character to our state and federal government and leave our children and grandchildren a better place to live and work.


John Randlett

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Smolin has the expertise needed to guide human services

To The Daily Sun,

I support Jonathan Smolin, candidate for Belknap Commission, District 3. This district is comprised of the towns of Alton, Gilford, Meredith and Center Harbor.

Jonathan's background as a surgical assistant will help the county as it navigates the
expanded reach of New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services. He understands Medicare and Medicaid and the coding issues facing our nursing home.

I am impressed with Jonathan's drive and energy as he has founded, grown and sold a number of small businesses. As a Gilford business owner, I think it is important to understand the challenges which the private sector faces each and every day.

Mr. Smolin and I have spoken about the need to grow human services in a responsible and sustainable way. Belknap County needs to meet its obligations to the elderly, the infirm and to those incarcerated, but this must be done responsibly.

Merrill Fay


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