LETTER: Dykema Cares About the Community

Hopkinton resident Darlene Hayes supports Rep. Dykema's re-election bid.


In support of Carolyn Dykema for re-election for state rep. of the 8th district.

To me Carolyn Dykema is the definition of “good people”.

She is a tireless advocate who cares about our community.

  • She has reached out to me when my family has been hurting,
  • She has reached out to my son to help with an Eagle scout project,
  • She has reached out to the seniors,
  • She has reached out to veterans,
  • She has reached out on the environment,
  • and has reached out to support our children’s education.

Carolyn Dykema is a good neighbor who reaches out to the concerns and needs in the 8th district.

I am reaching out to you to show Carolyn Dykema your support on November 6th with your vote so she may continue to reach out and support our community.

Thank you,

Darlene Hayes

Hopkinton, MA 

Don Folkes November 04, 2012 at 04:02 AM
Ms Dykema has reached for our wallets, too, and in a bad way. She has voted to increase the sales tax 25%. She has voted for the double taxation of alcohol. She has voted against the meals tax holiday. She has voted against Secure Communities which is an Obama administration program. She has voted to force the unionization of home daycare. Ms Dykema votes with the liberal Speaker from Winthrop 95% of the time. Her voting record is the overriding theme. This is how she represents us on Beacon Hill. She's voting lockstep as a Party partisan. This is exactly what we DON'T NEED.
Darlene Hayes November 04, 2012 at 04:04 PM
I would rather pay an extra $1.25 per hundred I spend in sales tax than an increase to tolls to cover the Big Dig that would have been over $40per week!


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