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I am writing to express my strong support for the candidacies of Tom Brockett and Donna Laich to represent the 7th District on the Branford RTM.
Tom and Donna will be strong voices to advocate on issues important to the town and the residents of the 7th District, including sea level rise, education, infrastructure, and making Branford a safe and enjoyable place to live for everyone.
Tom is a lifelong Branford resident, a retired labor lawyer, and a Vietnam veteran. In his first term, Tom demonstrated his leadership skills by working hard to obtain funding for the Blackstone Library Renovation Project. He was recently elected to the position of clerk of the RTM.
Donna brings a strong educational background to the RTM with more than 30 years as a school psychologist, coach, and teacher. She believes, as I do, that providing a top-notch education is essential for the future of our students and our town. Donna is also a passionate environmentalist. She believes that our beautiful shoreline makes our town special, but also vulnerable, and that we must address issues related to climate change in order to protect this asset.
Together, Tom and Donna will be an effective team. That is why they have earned my respect and my vote on Nov. 5.
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