Letter: Vote Bow and Dunbarton

Published: 4/14/2021 10:00:05 AM

Come out and vote on April 20 for Muriel Hall in our special election for the NH State Representative seat. Muriel has spent 40 years teaching and spent 32 years at Bow Memorial School where she taught special education, mathematics and computer literacy. She was also instrumental in facilitating the transition for Dunbarton students coming to Bow Memorial as seventh graders. In addition, Muriel played an integral role in technology for the Bow School District by offering PSU tech mentoring graduate level classes to SAU 67 employees.

Muriel is also the recipient of many awards including the 2019 Bow Rotary Vocational Service Award, the 2019 NH EDies award for Excellence in Education, the 2018 NHSTE Pat Keyes Technology - Using Educator Award and the 2015 NEA-NH Christa McAuliffe Leadership Award. It is vitally important that you make every effort to vote in this important primary. You can vote using absentee ballots or you can appear in person, but please take advantage of our opportunity as U.S. citizens to be able to elect our leaders in government. Voting hours are 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and voting will take place at the Community Center. Please vote on April 20.

Edith Perkins


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