I’m writing in support of Josh Hartford, who’s running for House District 105, covering Cambridge, Canaan, Hartland, Palmyra, Ripley and St. Albans.

As an Army veteran of the war in Bosnia, Josh knows about the sacrifices our soldiers make. Currently a locomotive machinist at PanAm Railways, he also knows how to fix things. In Augusta, I know he’ll stand up to special interests and be a common-sense voice for working people.

In addition to standing up for workers, his priorities include job creation and the economy, supporting retirees, and making sure veterans get the benefits they’ve earned.

I’m confident that as my representative in Augusta, Hartford will work hard to help fix our broken political system and ensure that middle-class Mainers have the opportunities they need to get ahead.

Randolph Huber

Canaan


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