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Vote Will Infantine For alderman at-large in Manchester
Infantine is well-known in Manchester as a successful small-business owner (insurance), state representative and former chairman of the city Republican committee. He would still be city GOP chairman, but he stepped down to avoid any appearance of a conflict of interest while he ran for alderman. He also stopped doing his public access TV show when he became chairman, again to avoid a conflict.
If elected to the board, Infantine would be a sensible advocate for spending restraint and good government. He served the people well on the recent city charter commission, and he would do the same as an alderman.
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