To the editor:
It is not often that I can unequivocally endorse a person with impeccable qualifications such as Hilary Koch, who is running for the Maine State Senate, representing Waterville and several other towns in central Maine.
Hilary is a candidate who is gifted with a yearning for the common good. Unlike many ideologies who go overboard with their mission, Hilary, first, has an open mind and is known for her keen sense of active listening. She harvests all of the facts and ruminates over them prior to making a decision.
Common sense is an attribute that colors her inordinate sense of fairness and justice for all. Two areas that come to mind are her fierce endorsement of education and the unacceptable high prices for prescription drugs.
Hilary will not be distracted by ideologies and high priced lobbyists who represent corporations and the donor class whose efforts are often contrary to the needs of the middle class.
Hilary is recognized as a strong, resilient candidate whose only allegiance will be to the people she represents.
I look forward to applaud Hilary’s rational and responsible leadership in Augusta.
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