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September 10. 2018 8:39PM





To the Editor: With Labor Day in our rearview, it’s on to the 2018 primary for state and federal offices. I, for one, am doing my own personal vetting of the candidates. One thing I do know is who I will not be voting for.

The candidates who send the most junk mail, who litter our public roads with signs, have the most commercials, or make the most phone calls are at or near the bottom of my choices.

I implore people to do your homework. Try to research all the candidates’ positions or if they even take one, on issues that you are passionate about.

We have a lot of good candidates who deserve a look and who might not have the money for mailing signs, commercials, and telephone solicitations to buy name recognition.

Let’s send a message to Concord and Washington that New Hampshire voters are watching and we will vote for candidates who say what they mean and mean what they say.

CHARLIE PRESTON

Hampton


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