After a party at my house on Oct. 1, where we all sat down with state Senate candidate Jonathan Fulford and discussed our concerns for ourselves and the generations to come, I am more convinced than ever that he is the right person for the job.

What I took from our discussion was a deeper understanding of his motivations. He took two years of his own time to go to Augusta and study the issues to get a better understanding of just what has been going on there. He wants Maine to be a place where his and our children and their children can live and thrive.

I’ve known Jonathan for years and I can you tell you this — he’s a bright and honest man. The politics of greed have taken over our state, and Jonathan has the character and the fortitude to do something about changing it.

Marshall Rolerson


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