February 24, 2020
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Energy and Purpose

Published Oct. 03, 2018

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I am a decades-long resident of Killingworth and a public school teacher on the shoreline for more than 30 years. I care deeply about the issues that effect children and families. Jason Adler shares these concerns: healthcare, gun safety, economic equity, and social justice. Jason is not a career politician, but a concerned father, educator, and citizen who was inspired by the last election to work for solutions and common ground.

I was searching for a candidate who will champion the issues that we as parents, grandparents, teachers, and citizens of the shoreline care about. Jason speaks passionately about solving problems, not ways to divide. As a school counselor, Jason was a fierce advocate for his students. He will bring that same energy and purpose for the citizens of the 35th district.

I encourage your readers to vote Line A for Jason Adler on Nov. 6.

Marsha Rosenthal