Allbee, a senator for the "Forgotten Kingdom"
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To the Editor,

Our many interactions with agencies and entities based in the northern half of Vermont have made us realize that we live in what we have termed the “Forgotten Kingdom” [By our definition, south of Route 11]. This includes state and federal government, UVM, the VT State Colleges, and many other public and private organizations.

This makes it extremely important that our representatives to the legislature are individuals who will be firm and committed to really representing us and making sure we are not “forgotten.”

We believe Roger Allbee is just such an individual and plan on supporting him for the Vermont Senate. As a native of southern Vermont with a long career of public service and a personal understanding of state government, we believe he will work to assure the “Forgotten Kingdom” is a little less forgotten! In our interactions with Roger in recent years we have found him to be very responsive to our needs, as well as having a common sense, fiscally and otherwise, that is not at all common in elected officials.

We hope you will join us in supporting Roger in the primary election on August 26.


Leon and Linda Corse

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