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Time to replace Butterfield in Congress

Posted 2/11/20

Re: “Republican candidates discuss issues,” front page, Monday:

Maybe, just maybe, if one of these Republicans manages to unseat Congressman Butterfield, we’ll have someone in Congress who …

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Time to replace Butterfield in Congress

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Re: “Republican candidates discuss issues,” front page, Monday:

Maybe, just maybe, if one of these Republicans manages to unseat Congressman Butterfield, we’ll have someone in Congress who does more than rename post offices and dedicate quarter-mile stretches of rural highway.

Mr. Butterfield has been in Congress since 2004 and has only proposed three pieces of meaningful legislation. None of them managed to garner a co-sponsor, much less become law. This guy’s best act is to stand outside the congressional pay window with his hand out!

Andy Arnold

Wilson

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