2014-10-03 / Letters

Candidate would help Maine help itself

To the editor:

As active and retired business men and women in our community, we believe that Diane Denk, candidate for Maine House District 9 (Kennebunkport and parts of Kennebunk and Biddeford) would be an excellent legislator, who would help Maine employers grow and create new and good jobs.

Prior to moving to Kennebunk, Diane was a businesswoman with over 25 years experience as vice president of a large Chicago brokerage firm. She understands the difficulty of holding down costs, creating jobs, and finding and retaining good employees during these challenging economic times.

In her current capacity as a special education teacher, she works with students of varying abilities in order to equip them with the skills necessary for successful careers.

Sadly, too many of her students find they have to leave Maine in order to secure good paying jobs.

With her background, we believe that Diane would be an excellent advocate for creating a bridge from education to employment by working to ensure that small businesses in this state are successful and can grow.

We need to help Maine help itself. Please join us by casting your ballot for Diane on Nov. 4. Deb Bauman, Bauman Design Associates; Jean Briggs, Mast Cove Galleries; John Costin, Veneer Services Unlimited; Bruce Donath, retired hotel owners; Nancy L. Dorn, CHSP Health & Safety Consulting; Meredith Gilfeather, Gilfeather Group; Sue Klein, Mermaid Transportation; William Leffler, Moneywatch Advisors, Inc.; Lori Lessard, Lori’s Little Ones Daycare; Annette Quezada, Gift & Houseware Marketing

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