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LET Lynch considers all points of view

As a teacher in the Rochester Public Schools I urge you to model good citizenship for the students of our community by exercising your right and privilege to vote on Nov. 5.

When you vote, please vote for Ann Lynch for Rochester School Board. I have worked with Ann on the legislative forum on education, the 2001 revenue, the referendum allocation, and the PTSA Council. I have personally observed her commitment to keeping our school system fiscally solvent and student focused.

Ann is a skilled organizer and a knowledgeable leader. Her training and experience in operations management can guide us in increasing student achievement. Her experience in working with the legislature will foster ongoing communication with our political partners that will support them in understanding the needs of public education. Ann makes decisions by reviewing data from all points of view. She is a successful advocate for public education.

Kathleen; J. Hawkins

Rochester;

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