LETTERS: Political letters about seeking re-election in Wallingford; a voice of reason

LETTERS: Political letters about seeking re-election in Wallingford; a voice of reason



Vote for smaller government

Editor:

Nobody is perfect.  I know that I am not.  While on the Town Council, I have sought smaller government, lower taxes, and less interference in the day-to-day affairs of our law-abiding citizens. You may not agree with every position I have taken, but if you too believe in these fundamental principles, all I ask is that you give me the kind consideration of your vote. (Please see www.fishbeinforcouncil.com for more information.)  If, on the other hand, you believe in bigger government, higher taxes, and government intrusion into all facets of your life, perhaps there are others that you should consider.

Craig C. Fishbein, Wallingford

Voices of reason

Editor:

As Minority Leader of Meriden’s City Council, I've begrudgingly agreed to extensive improvements to the library, hangars and banquet facilities — but Democrats keep insisting on spending more along with more borrowing for everything. Meriden needs councilors with more common sense and fewer special interests. 

Please vote Bob Williams, Joe Vollano, Mike Carabetta, Dave Grodzicki, Geetha Kittrell and Dan Zaborowski to City Council as the desperately needed voices of reason that will protect our tax dollars, extensive borrowing and the city's future.

Dan Brunet, Meriden


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