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On Nov. 5, I hope your readers will join me in voting for Mike Esposito for Westbrook Board of Education. As a current member of the board, I believe he will be a wonderful addition and will help our schools reach new goals.
I’ve known Mike for a long time and can tell you he is caring and dedicated to ensuring our local education is as strong as possible. He is a local parent and has volunteered a lot of time to his children’s activities and to making Westbrook a better place for all. He has dedicated a lot of time to Buddy Baseball, which serves local children with special needs and provides them the opportunity to participate in baseball. His passion for this education reminds me that he will always be a strong advocate for special education and ensuring every child receives a good education.
Mike has my vote because he is exactly the type of person we need on our Board of Education: thoughtful, engaged, and committed to ensuring our schools are the best they can be.
Republican Kim Walker serves on the Board of Education.