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Feltes visits downtown Nashua businesses as part of his ‘Main Street Walks’ initiative

By Dean Shalhoup - Senior Staff Reporter | Oct 1, 2020
Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP Democratic candidate for governor Dan Feltes, right, speaks with Marta Macias, storekeeper at Baez Multiservices, one of the downtown Nashua businesses he visited Wednesday. With Feltes are state Rep. Manny Espitia, left, of Nashua's Ward 4, and state representative candidate Alejandro Urrutia, a Hudson resident and the president of Latinos Unidos of New Hampshire. Feltes said he has scheduled visits to small businesses throughout the state as part of his "Main Street Walks" initiative that highlights his "record looking out for working families and small businesses," while asserting that "under Donald Trump and Gov. Sununu's leadership, our main street businesses have been left behind while corporate special interests and Sununu's political allies thrive."
Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP Democratic candidate for governor Dan Feltes, right, meets with La Fama Barbershop owner Ramon Lopez Wednesday, along with state Rep. Manny Espitia of Nashua, left, and Hudson resident Alejandro Urrutia, a state representative candidate and president of Latinos Unidos of New Hampshire. Feltes has scheduled visits to small businesses throughout the state as part of his "Main Street Walks" initiative that highlights his "record looking out for working families and small businesses," while asserting that "under Donald Trump and Gov. Sununu's leadership, our main street businesses have been left behind while corporate special interests and Sununu's political allies thrive."
Telegraph photo by DEAN SHALHOUP Henry Hidalgo, owner of Prestige Barber Shop on Water Street in Nashua, speaks with Democratic candidate for governor Dan Feltes during Feltes' visit to downtown Nashua Wednesday. Feltes said he has scheduled visits to small businesses throughout the state as part of his "Main Street Walks" initiative that highlights his "record looking out for working families and small businesses," while asserting that "under Donald Trump and Gov. Sununu's leadership, our main street businesses have been left behind while corporate special interests and Sununu's political allies thrive."

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