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Letter: Support for Stephanie Thomas

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Dear Editor,

I became a member of the West Hartford Democratic Town Committee four years ago to become a positive influence and contributor to our democracy.

On May 7 of this year was the first time in my 55 years of life I participated as a delegate in a Democratic Convention. What a great and inspiring experience! I was present for the process of our town, and our state endorsing Stephanie Thomas for Secretary of the State, alongside Gov. Ned Lamont, Lt. Gov. Susan Bysiewicz, Atty. Gen.William Tong, Sean Scanion for comptroller, and Erick Russell for treasurer. Stephanie Thomas is such a kind hearted, hardworking, and competent person to fill the shoes of Denise Merrill

My husband and I have been vacationing in Maine. Voting in this Democratic Primary is so important to us, that yesterday we came back to the great State of Connecticut and to the heat to obtain our absentee ballots (we will be back in Maine on Aug. 9) and to vote. I hope you will join my husband and me in voting for Stephanie Thomas and Row A this Tuesday, Aug. 9. Our votes make a difference.

Dr. Jacqueline Cantor
West Hartford

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