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Pleased to see Leslie Dion running for seat on Bristol Selectboard

To The Daily Sun,

As a homeowner for 38 years and a full-time resident for seven years, as well as a registered voter of the town of Bristol, I am pleased to see that Leslie Dion is running for a seat on the Board of Selectmen.

Having volunteered at the TTCP where she is the director of recreation, I have been very impressed with her organizational skills. She puts her heart and soul in everything she does.

She is and has always been very dedicated to our community. She is an active member of the Bristol Rotary Club, the N.H. Marathon, New Hampshire Parks & Rec Association as well as a former district school board chairman.

So to all our residents, get out and vote and make it for Leslie who will help to make good and sound decisions for our town.

Lorraine M. Bohmiller

Bristol

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I took exception to your cartoon referencing 'GOP's Twin Towers'

To The Daily Sun,

I do read the Sun most mornings to catch on what is going on in the Lakes Region. I do make it a point to stay out of other towns business and sometimes do take exception to what I read and just bite my tongue. But I will make an exception today, as I do not think that is directed toward any particular town but a poor choice in political humor.

I do hope and expect that others had taken exception to your political cartoon referencing "The GOP's Twin Towers." I do have an irreverent sense of humor myself that has gone awry, but this did cross the line from humor to distasteful.

I do not see much news in the paper from Alton, which I consider my hometown, but keep reading every day anyway.

Jim Shuff

Freedom

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