We write this letter to express our support for Sherri Durgin-Campbell for House Representative of the northwest neighborhood of Rutland (District 5-4).
As a working couple, we find Sherri’s successful business experience makes her a better choice to improve employment choices, expand entrepreneurship opportunity and represent the needs of the new Rutland economy.
As homeowners, we find Sherri to be the better choice to steward our tax dollars and represent our need to make our city a more livable, better educated and more enticing community to businesses, families and young professionals.
As a family with a newborn baby, we find Sherri’s volunteer and professional experience make her a better choice to ensure a safer community. We deeply appreciate her promotion of reasonable, realistic and successful approaches to reducing the demand for drugs in our community.
Finally, as community members, we greatly respect Sherri’s approach to civil and respectful discourse, her political moderation, cautious optimism and her keen ability to embrace old and new ways to unify all community members on the important issues. For all of these reasons, we would be proud to have her represent our family and all of Rutland District 5-4.
CHUCK and ERIN PIOTROWSKI
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