A vote for Pete

To the Editor:

On Aug. 28, the Essex Caledonia Legislative District voters have the opportunity to elect James "Pete" Fay as the Republican Representative Candidate to be our voice in Montpelier.

"Pete" brings experiences from several avenues based on common sense, and involvement beyond the Northeast Kingdom to the table. A former farm owner and former employee of IBM, "Pete" knows and understands what it takes to operate a business no matter the size. Pete leads willingly by example based on his ability to listen, to identify resources, to set goals, to promote team participation, resulting in common sense solutions. Preserving the land and agriculture operations in the Northeast Kingdom is demonstrated continually by this candidate.

James "Pete" Fay is a Vietnam Veteran, a team player who experienced different cultures and opportunities to think out of the box when being challenged.

Serving as our representative, "Pete" will listen, analyze, and share his opinion in an honest, ethical manner with the future in mind.

James "Pete" Fay has the ability and insight to speak out for our benefit. He further demonstrates dedication by placing a value on our communities to appropriately represent us in Montpelier. James "Pete" Fay presents with solid credentials that position him to be the candidate of choice to represent us -- the voters.

Together let us select "Pete" who will speak up for our district in a fair and equitable manner. Remember a vote for Pete is a vote for us.

Patricia Holcomb Rogers,

Guildhall, Vt.

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