Deen, Mrowicki bring their complementary experience to Windham-4

DUMMERSTON — Our support goes to David Deen and Mike Mrowicki for reelection to the Vermont House in Windham-4 District.

Both are knowledgeable, experienced, and very committed to the well-being of both Dummerston, Putney, and Westminster, and Vermont as a state.

David Deen is, in fact, the dean of the House, having served as a representative from 1993 to the present. His tenure is recognized in his chairmanship of the important House Rules Committee.

He also chairs the Fish, Wildlife and Water Resources Committee. In this capacity, he has dealt with numerous natural-resource issues in the 123 bills and resolutions that bear his name, one of the most significant being the Vermont Clean Waters Act of 2015.

Mike Mrowicki was elected to the House in 2008. He balances the Windham-4 district's representation well with his dedication to and broad experience in human services. This experience is recognized in his role on the House Human Services Committee.

A look at the 104 bills and resolutions he has supported shows attention to a wide range of social, economic, and environmental-justice issues. He has supported legislation that protects children and elderly people and backed laws designed to grow the economy with green jobs that address global-warming concerns.

Respected, focused, committed, David Deen and Mike Mrowicki get out and about to share their thinking and learn what's on their constituents' minds. Join us in helping to reelect them on Nov. 8.

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