Cruz-Glacken, Evans for Ledyard council
Ledyard residents deserve a government that will put us first and fight for what our families need most: more affordable housing, better job opportunities, and the ability to live near where we work. If you are looking to challenge the status quo and want your voice to be included in big decisions like these, vote for Nicole Cruz-Glacken and Hilary Evans on or before Nov. 2.
Hilary is a Ledyard Town Councilor who served for years on town commissions, including on Planning & Zoning, Conservation (as Chair), and the Housing Authority (as Treasurer). She helped bring grants to the Housing Authority and improve its financial standing. Her many skills and fresh viewpoint are contributing to our town's growth.
Nicole has been a tireless advocate for a more transparent and accountable government. She works hard to help others in town be heard and seen. I have observed this firsthand working in our local elementary school together and persevering through life as a military spouse. Her election to Town Council would bring a much-needed community voice to the table.
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