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When considering whom you should vote for, it’s nice to find a candidate who owns the necessary outlook and experience for the job and is not jaded by the trappings of ego. One such candidate is Christine Palm.
No wheeler-dealer who thinks she knows everything, she takes time to learn about the issues. She listens. She values truth and finding solutions more than partisan gamesmanship or personal gain.
Her experience includes serving as a policy analyst for the General Assembly’s Commission on Women, Children and Seniors. That means she knows the ins and outs of Connecticut’s Executive and Legislative branches of government and how to get bills passed. She also worked in the real world as a teacher, journalist, and small business owner. Such experience is relevant and impressive.
Moreover, her personality is pleasant, polite, authentically approachable and down-to-earth, which is no small thing in effective politics.
I trust her. You can, too.
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