Sherri Durgin-Campbell has my support for state representative from northwest Rutland. Iíve worked with Sherri on community initiatives. Sherri has the skills and dedication to navigate the complex issues facing Vermont, and Rutland in particular, as well as the obligation for Vermont to care for its citizens within a responsible, balanced budget.
Sherri and her husband raised six children on a tight budget. She understands the challenges families face. Thirteen years ago, Sherri moved to Rutland to be close to her native Vermonter grandchildren. She and her husband fell in love with the character and charm of Rutland City, a city whose people and needs she is dedicated to representing in the Statehouse.
With Sherriís background as a trained mediator, small business owner, and banking and retail professional, she will bring commitment to fiscal and ethical responsibility, as well as compassion and collaboration to the Statehouse. Sherri recognizes the importance of accessible, affordable health care for women and children, and is endorsed by Planned Parenthood.
On Nov. 6, please vote Sherri Durgin-Campbell for state representative.
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