Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Residents meet, question House candidates

Five Springfield candidates for the Windsor 3-2 State House District shared their thoughts on topics including taxes, the environment, economic development and marijuana at a Meet the Candidates night on Tuesday, Sept. 27 at the Hartness House Inn.


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Video: Meet the Candidates Night



(Springfield Regional Chamber of Commerce video)


Video: Closing Statements




4 comments :

  1. This is a three-way race right? Who is everyone voting for? I think Emmons has had enough time to show what she can do for Springfield. It is time to give someone else a shot.

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    1. Two seats are being contested, not three. As to who everyone is voting for, that is none of your business.

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  2. Can someone tell me what Emmons has done that benefited Springfield? Or, what she has personally achieved that demonstrates she has good judgement? Best I can gather is she'd be an unskilled, minimum employee if not for a trust fund.

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  3. We are all in deep trouble...

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