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Opinion

November 18, 2013

Amesbury's new voters support Gray

To the Editor:

As an incumbent mayor who has won over 65% of the vote in almost every election since his first win, Mayor Kezer should see how much his support has eroded.

With 1,106 new voters this year than in the 2011 election, the mayor has only garnered another 280 votes in this cycle while Mayor-elect Ken Gray has gained 826 more votes. A clear mandate for a new direction. It was the best turnout at the polls In a very long time. So for the good of the city and it’s future, the mayor should graciously concede so that we can move ahead.

Steven MacDonald

Amesbury

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