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There’s a reason why Patricia Brown has served on our Board of Finance for several terms. Her ability to listen and home in on real solutions to our town finances has resulted in our long-standing financial success. We need her diplomacy, negotiation skills, and expertise in budget management in North Haven.
As Democrats, we must insist on transparent government, especially when it comes to spending. Ms. Brown asks smart questions and ensures our financial decisions actually benefit the majority of residents, not just a small few. For these reasons, I’ll be voting for Patricia Brown for the Board of Finance and hope your readers will also vote for her.