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July 14, 2014

Toohey will look out for the next generation

To the editor:

As a mother of four children, I am concerned for my kids’ safety and well-being as they grow, go off to school, and venture into the world more independently. With ever increasing taxes, I wonder how much more we will have to sacrifice just to maintain the most basic necessities and quality of life.

Shaun Toohey is running for state Senate, and I am encouraged and hopeful that we can see real change in our community. He is a dedicated family man, an experienced small business owner, and a hard worker in every respect.

He truly understands what we need to keep our kids safe, to provide for our families, and to prosper and improve our communities for the benefit of the next generation. Public safety, quality education, and fiscal responsibility are some of his top priorities.

I am confident Shaun will faithfully work for the people, and be a voice for those of us whom our current leaders seem to have forgotten. Shaun Toohey is everything we need on Beacon Hill. He has my vote for state Senate, and I hope he has yours as well.

LYNETTE HICKEY

Haverhill

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