To The Daily Sun,
I'm John Sellers and I am running for Bristol Selectboard. This Saturday, Feb. 11, I will hold a meet and greet at the Purple Pit Coffee Café in Bristol between 8 and 10 a.m. Please stop in for some great coffee say hello and support a locally owned business.
I am married to Donna Sellers and between us we have nine children and eight grandchildren. Donna works as an advanced emergency medical technician (AEMT) for Bristol and Bridgewater. I work for SAS Institute as a senior business analyst, currently on the Budget Committee, was a past business owner, and am an Air Force veteran. We moved to Bristol in 2010 from Whitefield.
I am going to work for the taxpayers. I believe government should not be a burden on its people. Government should be transparent and reasonable in size that the people can afford. I believe by consolidating services, regionalizing where it makes sense, and making group/bulk purchases, will help lower our taxes. These few steps along with closely managing and watching revenues and expenditures will reduce taxes. I believe in better working conditions for the people who protect, serve and help us on a daily basis.
I am sure that by asking questions and listening to the people of Bristol we can make a difference. With your help we can win and solve issues that Bristol faces. I ask for your vote on Tuesday, March 14. Also, remember to come to the Town Meeting at the high school on March 18 where your voice is heard and your vote counts.
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