On October 28, 2020

Scott Milne for Lieutenant Governor

Dear Editor,

We are writing to support Scott Milne for Lieutenant Governor. Not only does Milne show that he has the knowledge of what our state needs, but he has proven what it takes to be a determined and focused Lieutenant Governor.

We have known Milne for several years and he listens, he really listens to the concerns and opinions of those he comes in contact with. He hears our questions and concerns, gets facts and follows through on the issues.

Scott Milne is a man of his word, and would be a definite asset to Montpelier.  His tenacity for making our state a more affordable and sustainable environment for our businesses,  health care and seniors is something that has made him our choice for lieutenant governor.

Please vote for Scott Milne. Let’s get our state back on track.

David and Sue
Markowski

Florence, Vermont

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