Why we will be voting for Caruso on June 14 and Nov. 8

To the Editor;

We met Liz Caruso and her husband Greg in 2021, after one of their sons and our daughter connected through a  homeschool ski day at Titcomb Mountain. We instantly connected with their family, having many mutual  interests: Christianity, homeschooling, a love for the outdoors, and conservative values. Spending time  with them over the last year, we have gotten to know them and helped Liz obtain signatures for her  nomination. Liz is not an impersonal politician, she is not an investment banker, and she is not someone  that changes a vote at the last minute; she is a person that Mainers can trust to represent them in the  swamp.

Would we rather have Bruce Poliquin in the seat rather than Jared Golden, yes. But picking the lesser of two evils  is not how we as a family make decisions, we pray and contemplate decisions looking for not just a good  outcome, but the best outcome. We are a nation built on the back of persecuted people, who hoped and  dreamt of a better life with greater opportunity for freedoms. Have the last few years brought us more  freedoms or closer to slavery? We don’t plan on wearing masks, socially isolating, or living in a basement  for the rest of our lives. We hope and pray for a more free Maine and America; may we have a more free  Maine and America after Nov. 8. Good luck and Godspeed Liz, our votes are with you. 

Matthew and Julie McCarthy


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