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Letters to the Editor

Letter: A chance for positive change

To the Editor:
 
Recently, I had an enlightening visit with Leslie Coolidge, our Democratic congressional candidate in the 6th District. Leslie spelled out her goals for serving in Congress. She explained how she would propose to cut Medicare costs and improve the image of the U.S. in the world. Her view is that the U.S. is still the only superpower, and – with focused leadership – there is no reason we cannot have a very bright future. Investing in our infrastructure is very important to Leslie. A green economy can provide new jobs.
 
Leslie said she wishes she could talk to all 6th congressional District voters face to face.  Meeting Leslie has convinced me that we have a chance for positive change in the U.S. House of Representatives. We can make a choice between going backward or moving forward with Leslie Coolidge.
 
Do you live in the 6th Congressional District? To find out, visit www.CoolidgeforCongress.com. Click on "Our District: Do you live in the 6th?" Then type in your home address and click "Submit." The screen will indicate what Congressional district you are in.
 
Feel free to contact Leslie through her website. Just click "Contact." Leslie welcomes your thoughts, ideas and concerns.
 
Janice Kingman
Clarendon Hills

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