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Since 2007, I have served alongside Patricia Brown on the North Haven Board of Finance. Her name is once again on the ballot in 2019, and, observing her steady, meaningful participation on this highly technical board, I strongly support her re-election. She always listens intently, and interjects when necessary, highlighting relevant considerations during critical budgetary and policy discussions.
On Nov. 5, I encourage all voters to re-elect Patricia Brown to continue her balanced and respectable service on behalf of the citizens of North Haven.
Democrat Michael Hallahan serves on the Board of Finance.