Illuzzi really listens to folks, and made a difference

BRATTLEBORO — By now you have probably received several mailings with absentee ballot applications and probably a request to vote straight “up and down the ticket.”

Wait! Stop! Look! Listen!

Now I won't tell you how I'm going to vote line by line (unless you ask me!), but I do want to advocate that we all vote responsibly. Let's make each line count!

I do want to advocate for your vote on one line in particular, one that's a bit hidden away - the auditor of accounts. The candidate I am supporting, Vince Illuzzi, has a strong working command of the state's fiscal situation after decades on the Senate Finance, Appropriations and Institutions committees.

In March this year, I met Vince and found him to be someone who really listened to folks and made things happen. I witnessed dedication and hard work with a focus on getting things done.

After the hearings were over and the legislative session ended, Vince accurately assessed his own involvement: “People didn't expect anything to happen, but we listened, and we decided to make a difference.” He was absolutely right!

And one other thing - he's endorsed by the Vermont Working Families Party, Vermont-National Education Association, Vermont State Employees' Association, Professional Fire Fighters of Vermont, Vermont Troopers Association, and Teamsters Local 597 (which represents UPS drivers).

So he's the man for the job.

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