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John Vorel has exact attributes we need in a state representative

To The Daily Sun,

I have known, and worked with, John Vorel for close to 10 years. During that time, I have found him to be an intelligent, hard working, caring person.

John has the work ethic that is so sought-after in today's world. His background will aid the Legislature in one of the state's most important industries (tourism).

John has also worked to build a business. Small-business growth is a critical component in improving New Hampshire's economy. Building a business, as you know, takes vision, planning,enthusiasm and energy.
John has built a business within our company that is centered around the people he serves. I have received numerous letters and phone calls commending John for delivering on the promises that he makes, as well as following through on the requests made of him.

These are the exact attributes we need in a state representative.

District 4, honor John with your vote. He will deliver.

Joe Veilleux

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The movie wasn't about toplessness, it was about gender equality

To The Daily Sun,

This is a thank-you to Marie Ludwick for her letter of supporting comments, excuse the pun.

Well put and beautifully written and very true. This cause will do far more damage to women than good. And I agree, put your focus else where for a good cause, not this foolishness. How about helping victims of rape, bullying, and domestic abuse? Drug abuse? Homelessness? Why not any of those?!

If Ms. Lilley and her following really "read into" and understood what Lina Esco movie was about, it was not about toplessness, it is about gender equality. Her movie is listed as a drama/comedy. She even picked the name, Free the Nipple because it sounded "funny". She also said if she just made a movie about equality no one would care, so she added the topless breast part in to get attention.

I have contacted my state representative and hope many other men and women will do the same. This is not Europe and this is not your backyard. And no matter how you say it or show it is complete nonsense, a total lack of respect, common courtesy and sense.

Thank you Marie and the few others who have written in with their concerns. Keep up the good work. Because if you can't respect me and cause me distress with your "nudity," then I guess I will have to get my own lawyer.

Denise C. Burke

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