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Goldman: A fearless advocate for her community

To my fellow Windham-3 residents: I urge you to vote for Leslie Goldman in the primary for state representative.

I have known Leslie since she began her medical practice in Bellows Falls in 1982, first as a medical practitioner, later as a neighbor, and eventually as a close friend and colleague. We have served together on committees, we have shared the ups and downs of parenting children close in age, and I have seen her in action as an advocate for education, for health care, for community well-being.

Leslie is fearless when it comes to speaking up for her community. She is dedicated to community service, as a family nurse practitioner with master’s degree in public health, as a school board and Selectboard member, as a friend and parent.

She studies every issue carefully, she listens to all voices, and she carefully considers the pros and cons of each.

She will bring her work ethic, her courage, her intelligence, and her long experience in public service to the State House as our representative for Windham-3.

Laurie Indenbaum
Athens

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Originally published in The Commons issue #567 (Wednesday, June 24, 2020). This story appeared on page B2.

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