Sibilia has experience in local and state legislation
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To the Editor,

I would openly like to declare my support of Laura Sibilia for state representative for the Windham-Bennington district seat in the Vermont House. Laura has acquired a great deal of experience dealing with local, county and state legislation.

Laura has served as the executive director of the Mount Snow Chamber of Commerce, vice-chair of the Dover School Board and director of economic development with the Brattleboro Development Credit Corporation. In each of these, Laura has been able to earn the respect of fellow co-workers, legislators and government officers.

Sibilia is a supporter of small businesses in Vermont and has dedicated her career to helping develop local economies. As well Laura is a proponent of investing in the future of Vermont by advocating for reforming Vermont’s current education and education finance systems. Laura’s vast experience in economic development and education reform are two priorities that I believe should be on the forefront of all Vermonters minds. Laura epitomizes determination, fairness and compassion. Through these qualities Laura will be able to best represent our district.

I have had the privilege of working with Laura on several boards and in those experiences she earned great respect and admiration on my side. I was greatly impressed by her generosity and dedication. She spends valuable hours working to help others, it is this dedication that I know will allow her to be a success in the Vermont House.

I am a proud supporter of Laura Sibilia and wish that she is chosen as the state representative for the Windham-Bennington district.


Vincent Lewis

East Dover
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