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Dec142013

Cryans For Executive Council #1 - I'm Running! 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friends –
 
I want to let you know why I’m running for the Executive Council in District 1 and ask for your help. 
 
Over the last week, I’ve traveled all across the district – from my home in Hanover to where I grew up in Littleton.  Up to Coos County and throughout the Lakes Region, I am so excited to meet with the great people of this district and share with them my vision.

What is clear:  I cannot win this election alone and need your help no matter where you live.  

Election Day is March 11 and I need your help right now with a $100, $50, or $25 contribution to my campaign.
 
For the past 16 years, I served side-by-side with the legendary Ray Burton as a Grafton County Commissioner.  On a daily basis, I saw his commitment to the people of this district and his service to every corner of the northern part of our great state.  With that same passion, I am running for the Executive Council to continue this service and to work with Governor Hassan to effectively advocate for a state government that brings an innovative approach to creating jobs and fostering economic development.
 
You all know someone in District One - a friend, a relative, a coworker - and you all have spent time in District One.  Vacationing at one of our lakes, hiking a 4,000 foot peak, camping in the White Mountains, enjoying the foliage during the fall, or spending a day at one of our ski mountains throughout the winter.  A strong Executive Councilor in this district matters for all of us and I will be that person.

Join my campaign today:

https://secure.actblue.com/contribute/page/cryans

I look forward to seeing you on the campaign trail!

With warm wishes,
Mike

P.S. -- I want to hear from you about events happening in your town.  Please email me about the campaign at mikejcryans@gmail.com

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