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New Selectboard member grateful for support

I thank the voters of Brattleboro for their trust in me, as I look forward to serving as a Selectboard member. Where else but here can you run in a four-way contested election and end up with three new friends?

I thank candidates Daniel Quipp, with whom I look forward to serving, Franz Reichmann, also the chair of the RTM Finance Committee, and Oscar Heller, who ran such a spirited campaign.

Many thanks to Town Clerk Hilary Francis and her staff for their excellent work on behalf of our whole town, as well as local media and organizers of candidate debates. I am truly humbled and grateful to all my supporters.

As always, I thank my husband, Tom, who indulges me in all my civic participation, and my media consultants, Mary and Isabel.

I look forward to working with Tim Wessel, Brandie Starr, David Schoales, and Daniel Quipp to do the best for our beloved town.

Elizabeth McLoughlin
Brattleboro

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Originally published in The Commons issue #501 (Wednesday, March 13, 2019). This story appeared on page D3.

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