Re-elect Massimilla

To the Editor:

Linda Massimilla is running for Re-election for NH State Representative for Grafton County District 1 - representing Bethlehem and Littleton, NH.

Linda is an Independent Voice for New Hampshire! As a member of the NH House, she worked to restore Common Sense and Balance to State Government by creating a Spirit of Bipartisanship. Problems were solved by working together as Democrats and Republicans for the betterment of New Hampshire.

As a retired School Teacher, Linda is a strong advocate for Children and Public Education, partnering with High Schools, Community Colleges and Businesses to provide a 21st Century Skilled Workforce. Linda has supported New Hampshire Military Families and Veterans' Issues, fought to preserve our natural environment by burying the Northern Pass, funding for the repairs and maintenance of our roads and bridges, and collaborated to provide full access to Health Care Services for all.

Massimilla is recommended by the National Education Association, American Federation of Teachers, NH Public Health Association, NH Physical Therapist Association and rated by the Business and Industry Association as a Friend of Business.

I have served on Boards and functions with Linda in the past and can tell you she doesn't mind rolling up her sleeves to get the job done. I strongly urge you to Re-elect Linda Massimilla for NH State Representative on Tuesday, November 4th to return Common Sense to Concord!

Janet Parker

Littleton Business Owner, Resident & Taxpayer

Littleton, N.H.

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