Candidate for Groton City mayor lacks life experience
I would have greater faith in mayoral candidate Aundré Bumgardner’s ability to responsibly handle the City of Groton’s multi-million-dollar budget if he at least successfully rented his own apartment and lived independently, not to mention been employed in the private sector, first. Understanding how constituents must find a job and work to pay for housing, food, transportation, and taxes is not something you read about, it should be experienced.
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