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Jennifer Dale the obvious choice

Letter to the Editor

I’ve lived in Ward 3 in Nashua for 27 years and I am supporting Jennifer Daler for Executive Council in the Democratic primary on Sept. 9.

If you are a registered Democrat, you have two choices on the printed ballot. If you are an independent voter, you have even more choices. ...

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I’ve lived in Ward 3 in Nashua for 27 years and I am supporting Jennifer Daler for Executive Council in the Democratic primary on Sept. 9.

If you are a registered Democrat, you have two choices on the printed ballot. If you are an independent voter, you have even more choices.

I feel Jennifer Daler is the obvious choice for the position.

Jennifer has experience in the Statehouse. Having served two terms as a state representative, she knows how New Hampshire state government works.

Jennifer Daler is a lifelong Democrat – not just newly registered to qualify for an election.

She has a proven track record at the state level and was twice elected even in heavily Republican leaning towns – she knows how to work with people who may not share her opinions.

Jennifer is well educated with an advanced degree – she has a strong appreciation for the effects of education on a progressive society.

Perhaps most importantly, Jennifer Daler is the candidate who is willing to listen to other views – she knows how to engage in open and forthright communication and she knows the importance of civil, productive discourse.

Jennifer Daler is the obvious candidate for Executive Council for the informed and discerning voter.

Stephanie Ballentine

Nashua