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Imperative that we limit government to size & score originally envisioned

To The Daily Sun,

I believe in God, family, personal responsibility and integrity.

In Concord, I have been working on a solution to lower property taxes and more efficiently manage and safeguard our revenue deposits. For more information go to

It is imperative that we the people maintain all of our freedoms as outlined in the Bill of Rights, and limit government to the size and scope, as defined in the New Hampshire and U.S. Constitutions written of, by and for the people. See

John Philpot Curran said, "The condition upon which God hath given liberty to man is eternal vigilance; which condition if he break, servitude is at once the consequence of his crime and the punishment of his guilt."

Please vote on Tuesday, Nov. 8.

State Rep. Valerie Fraser

State representative for Belknap District 1 (New Hampton and Center Harbor)

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Thank you to Gilford Village residents for being great Trick or Treat hosts

To The Daily Sun,

I wanted to send a big "thank you" to all of the residents near the Gilford Village for being so generous in opening their neighborhood and homes to so many trick-or-treaters on Monday night.

It is so nice to have a place that makes you feel warm and welcome when taking your children out on Halloween. I know it must cost a small fortune and that it takes up your entire evening so I wanted to say thank you.

Jill Trimble


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