On February 3, 2016

Haff time!

Dear Editor,

It’s that time of year again. It’s voting time. And I, Jim Haff, have put my name back on the ballot for another year. Just as last year, I’m just letting you know (a little earlier this year) that I am running. I will be using The Mountain Times newspaper in these next few week before the election to clarify why we all should be voting. Hopefully, with the data I provide of how I see our town finances spiraling downhill you’ll vote for me.

My main goal this year, however, is to challenge all registered voters in Killington to get out and vote even if you don’t vote for me. My goal is to see 100 percent of you cast a vote and participate in our local democracy. This way if we have 100 percent we will have a clear picture of what our town really wants. So please continue to read The Mountain Times these next few week with open eyes (and minds) and then make sure to come out on March 1st and cast your vote. Thanks,

Jim Haff, Killington

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