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Letter to the editor: Vote for Marty Lamb

Dear Editor,

Our state's unemployment has jumped up for the 3rd straight month in a row. If we want to turnaround our economy, the Commonwealth must be more business friendly. Only one candidate for State Representative has a plan. That candidate is Marty Lamb.

As a small business owner and former Vice President of New Jobs for Massachusetts, Marty has developed a 5 point plan to help the small business community that creates 3 out of every 4 new jobs. He knows what it will take to get our economy rolling again. Marty is the only candidate with a plan to improve the business climate in Massachusetts. We need a leader not a follower at the State House.

We need balance in the State House. That means we need people to vote the issue, not the party.

On November 6th I am looking forward to voting for Marty Lamb for State Representative.Marty is the only candidate supporting a 13 point plan to restore integrity to the legislature. He has the backbone we need to make a difference.

There have been too many scandals at the State House. We need a leader who has the backbone to fight the status quo. Marty Lamb is the best person to represent us during these turbulent times.

I's voting for Marty Lamb to restore balance, bring diversity, and much needed positive change to Beacon Hill.

Lisa Keefe
Southborough

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