Next month, voters in House District Rutland-2 have the opportunity to elect two outstanding candidates, Rep.Dave Potter of Clarendon andKen Fredette of Wallingford.
Seeking re-election, Dave Potter, as vice chair of the Transportation Committee, has provided much needed leadership for improvements and progress at all levels of Vermont’s transportationsystem. He worked hard for emergency repairs to the extensive damage from the Irenestorm throughout our state. He has compiled an extensive record of progress in education, tax reform and community economic development.
Ken Fredette is wellqualified forelection to the Vermont House, having a wealth of experiencein many levels of town governmentas school board chair and otherimportant elected posts in Wallingford.
Ken will bring to the Vermont House a many-year record of publicservice and a clear vision of a better Vermont future for ourselves and our families. He has the energy and ability we need today and tomorrow.
Let’s elect Dave and Ken to the Vermont House of Representatives.We need them.
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