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On Tuesday, Nov. 5, Westbrook residents will go to the polls to vote for members of the Board of Finance.
As an unaffiliated voter, I look to vote for the candidate, not a party. Over the years I have been impressed with Chris Ehlert’s dedication to the Town of Westbrook and the countless hours he has given to our town as a volunteer and elected official.
Chris takes a common-sense approach and pays attention to the details. He’s not afraid to ask questions and he makes sure that he gets answers. He doesn’t accept the status quo and holds our town leaders accountable.
I encourage your readers to vote for Chris Ehlert for Westbrook’s Board of Finance on Tuesday, Nov. 5.