I am writing to support Steve Carr for state representative in Brandon, Pittsford and Sudbury. Steve is a lifetime Vermonter and a long-term member of this community. Steve’s expertise is in helping small businesses succeed. He did this for many years as a lending officer at Brandon’s local bank. Now working independently in his own business consulting service, Steve helps other business owners plan and grow. With his long experience in this area, Steve knows first-hand how to help businesses succeed and create jobs in the area.
Steve knows that running for Statehouse is a tremendous responsibility. His business experience and long involvement in the community prepare him for the job. He has “paid his dues” by service on the Brandon Select Board and numerous local committees and boards. Please vote to put Steve Carr in the state House of Representatives.
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