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Stephanie on the Radio
I will be on WSTJ 1340 am View Point Show with Don Mullally the morning of November 3rd.
Bob South will be on from 8:30am to 8:45, I'm on from 8:45 to 9am.
Instead of bombarding people with any more political pitches, it is going to be a "get to know who I am" program, and make a personal connection with the listeners.
I hope you can join me!
My name is Stephanie Sterling
and I want to be your next State Representative.
I know that being an effective leader means finding solutions and getting the job done within a reasonable time-frame. It also means working as a team with everyone, both here in Essex County, as well as at the State Capitol. Our voice needs to be heard, and I will be that voice. If you expect your Representative to be held accountable and to be effective, vote for me.
I will be the strong voice you deserve.
Watch Stephanies Latest Ad's
Senior Work Off Program For Property Tax Releif
The Vermont Police Association (800 members strong, only 8 Senate candidates and 37 Rep candidates endorsed)
Stephanie receives endorsement from the Vermont State Employees Association.
The Vermont NEA Endorses Stephanie again in 2008
Planned Parenthood gives Stephanie their Endorsement for 2008
Stephanie is the only candidate for state office in Essex County in 2008 to recieve the endorsement of the Vermont League of Conservation Voters (VLCV) . VLCV's endorsement process ensures that conservation-minded and environmentally responsible candidates are recruited, supported and elected to public office.
Stephanie Sterling and Bernie Sanders got together to discuss campaign issues effecting those of us in the Northeast Kingdom and all across the state. The two candidates are in agreement on many of the issues facing vermonters.
Quote: from Secretary of State Deborah Markowitz:
"I have been impressed with the work Stephanie has done with the Town of Concord.
She‘s smart and professional – a great public servant."