Letters: Wood best advocate for education, jobs, business

Terrie Wood is strong advocate to fight for local control of our schools

“I know from personal experience that the last thing Darien’s schools need is more “big government” interference from Hartford.  It’s a fundamental philosophical difference between the top-down “we know best” approach promoted by the Democrats who control our state government versus a grassroots bottom-up community approach that Terrie will be our advocate for.”  —John V. Boulton, Darien Times, Oct. 14, 2016

College students: Terrie Wood is an advocate for education 

“As students about to vote in our first presidential election, we are thrilled to cast our votes for Terrie Wood — She is an outstanding role model for people our age, of what public service should be — a good listener, reasonable, compassionate and focused on doing what’s right for her constituents.”
Barbara and Molly Bell, Darien Times, Oct. 17, 2016

Wood understands the need to keep our business in Connecticut

“[She is] a constant voice supporting pro-growth economic policies.  Her terrific sense of civility makes her admired by people of both parties.  We must send Terrie back to Hartford to keep fighting the good fight; with luck, she will have more like minded colleagues this term.”   —Jennifer Foster, Darien Times, Oct. 17, 2016

Job loss dismissal make Klein not worthy to represent Darien

“If Mr. Klein is willing to ignore facts while patronizing our local leaders who voice legitimate concerns of how Connecticut is being governed, he is certainly not worthy of representing Darien’s constituents in Hartford”
—John Sini, Darien Times, Oct. 13, 2016

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