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Elections

February 9, 2012

Fowler for Town Clerk-Tax Collector

Please support me in voting Melissa Fowler for the position of Town Clerk-Tax Collector in Kingston.

I have known Melissa for ten years. During this time, I have learned that she is very dedicated and a hard worker. When I first met her she was raising a family, working full-time, and going to school nights for a degree in business; she achieved this goal in 2005.

The past six years, she has set her sights on being Kingston's next Town Clerk. After Melissa ran and lost the first time in 2006, she did not give up hope. She knew this is what she wanted to do and continued to educate herself in preparation for this job.

She has connected and shadowed with many of the area Town Clerks and Tax Collectors, this has allowed her to learn what is needed to be a great Town Clerk-Tax Collector. She is the one that can bring Kingston up to modern times. Her education and work experience as an Executive/Personal Assistant has readied her for this position. She ran again three years ago and came close. She has never given up, and as they say third time's the charm

Melissa's dream is to work for the people of Kingston as their Clerk. She has the knowledge, the dedication, and the heart for this job. Now it is up to the voters of Kingston to get out and vote on March 13th for Melissa Fowler. Please vote Melissa Fowler for Town Clerk-Tax Collector and move this town into the 21st Century.

Sandra Seaman

Kingston

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