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Letter to Editor: Palitsch’s “competence and compassion come in equal measure”

March 19th, 2015

To the Editor: As an independent voter I take pride in choosing a candidate based on merit, not party affiliation.  As such, I enthusiastically support Jason Palitsch in his bid for State Representative in District 11.   Jason’s experience in local and state government, his work ethic and his political acumen will ensure our communities have [...]

Letter to Editor: Palitsch has ‘enthusiasm, dedication and expertise to get things done’

March 17th, 2015

To the Editor: What do we expect from a state representative?  We want someone who is involved in the community, who knows and understands what matters most to his constituents and who has the enthusiasm, dedication and expertise to get things done.  Join us in voting for Jason Palitsch on March 31 to represent us in [...]

Letter to Editor: Shrewsbury voters should be aware of ‘push polls’

March 17th, 2015

To the Editor: I was dismayed to receive a “push poll” robocall relating to the race for State Representative in the 11th Worcester District. These “polls” are disguised political ads. They are identified by the nature of the questions asked about the candidates. When questions about one candidate are all positive in tone and the [...]

Letter to Editor: Palitsch a ‘humble, hardworking and dedicated public servant’

March 17th, 2015

To the Editor: As a former State Representative and a teacher, I urge voters to cast their ballot for Jason Palitsch. Jason is Vice-Chair of the Shrewsbury School Committee. He is a humble, hardworking and dedicated public servant. He was educated in our school system. He graduated Northeastern University.  He has legislative and municipal experience [...]

Letter to Editor: Kane is community-minded

March 17th, 2015

To the Editor: We have known Hannah for years through her involvement in town causes. She has worked tirelessly to improve our schools and our community as a whole. Hannah runs a small business in town, Beaton Kane Construction, and understands the business community and their concerns. She also has children in the Shrewsbury School [...]

Letter to Editor: Palitsch offers a ‘range of relevant experience’

March 17th, 2015

To the Editor: It isn’t often that voters have the opportunity to vote for a candidate with the range of relevant experience that is found in Jason Palitsch, candidate for representative from Shrewsbury and Westborough in the special election on March 31. Jason has experience in the legislative process and constituent service as an aid [...]

Letter to Editor: Palitsch a man who understands Shrewsbury

March 17th, 2015

To the Editor: I am supporting Jason Palitsch because he is the right choice for State Representative. I know Jason will work tirelessly for the betterment of Shrewsbury residents’ lives. He is from Shrewsbury. He has first hand experience with the school system because he was also the youngest member of the Shrewsbury school committee. [...]

Letter to Editor: Palitsch an effective and dedicated leader

March 17th, 2015

To the Editor, Sticking with Jason as a “worker bee” thru many campaigns, has given me an upfront view of Jason’s brilliance, exceptional communication skills, and effectiveness. Jason’s strategies used to inform Shrewsbury residents for the library build and the yes override proved his effectiveness. During these efforts, many Shrewsbury activists and residents came to [...]

Letter to Editor: Palitsch a man of the people

March 17th, 2015

To the Editor: Jason Palitsch is a powerhouse of positive energy and spirit; qualities required for a State Representative.  His ideas are based on a fine combination of intellect and the ability to  listen to people’s problems.  I worked closely with him during the 2 1/2 override and he has earned my respect. His focus is [...]

Letter to Editor: Palitsch a ‘shining example of the very best of the Millennial Generation’

March 17th, 2015

To the Editor: As part of my job before retiring from WPI some 10 years ago, I read much of the literature about the Millennials – young folks born after 1982.  One author refers to them as the “Next Greatest Generation”, echoing Tom Brokaw’s term for the hard working folks like my parents, who got [...]

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