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Andrew Hosmer is a man of integrity, intelligence and kindness

To The Daily Sun,

Andrew Hosmer is not your typical politician. Whether it's small or big business, issues about young people or old, taxes or tourism, he is fair and honest. Andrew is unique in that party lines are immaterial. It's the issue that's important, and he sees it clearly through unbiased eyes.

He seems to be tireless but, he makes time for anyone who wants to talk with him and is also a family man who lives in and loves New Hampshire.

Our support goes to Andrew Hosmer for the state Senate. He is a man of integrity, intelligence and kindness — a rare combination.

Peter & Jane Ellis

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Trump's candidacy was created by GOP's failure to rein-in Obama

To The Daily Sun,

We have a corrupt incompetent system of politicians, both Democrat and Republican, from the dog catcher to the president. Power corrupts; it's human nature.

Trump's candidacy was created by Republican failures to rein in Barack Hussein Obama's corruption. A vote for Hillary Rodham will be a third verse of Obama.

We also have had enough Clintons and Bushes. Let's have a protest vote. Let's send them a message. Revolt. Give them "the bird." Don't vote what makes you feel good (the first black president, from Chicago). Vote for Donald Trump. Make New Hampshire New Hampshire again, and save the United States of America. And guys, don't threaten to vote. Vote!

George Horne

Meredith Center

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