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Candidate focused on the issues

Letter to the Editor

My opponent, Daniel Dwyer, has repeatedly lied about me during his mudslinging campaign. I guess that is his way to divert attention away from the fact that he is a former state representative in the Democratic party who still supports higher taxes.

I have made mistakes in the past as well, but like most of the people I spoke with when going door-to-door during the campaign, my attention is focused on the future of New Hampshire. That is why I decided to run for Senate in District 11, covering Amherst, Merrimack, Milford, and Wilton. I am a small business owner, not a politician. ...

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My opponent, Daniel Dwyer, has repeatedly lied about me during his mudslinging campaign. I guess that is his way to divert attention away from the fact that he is a former state representative in the Democratic party who still supports higher taxes.

I have made mistakes in the past as well, but like most of the people I spoke with when going door-to-door during the campaign, my attention is focused on the future of New Hampshire. That is why I decided to run for Senate in District 11, covering Amherst, Merrimack, Milford, and Wilton. I am a small business owner, not a politician.

I am tired of business as usual in Concord. People are fed up with politicians who only care about lobbyists and themselves and not the people they represent.

If you want a political insider you can vote for my opponent. If you want fresh new ideas for New Hampshire, please vote for me.

Dan Hynes

Merrimack