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Letter to the editor re: Dykema

Dear Editor,

Last fall during the Hopkinton debate for State Representative, Carolyn Dykema changed her position on putting committee votes online.?? Despite voting against it twice, she pledged moving forward that she would vote in favor of letting the public know about these votes by putting them online.

Unfortunately, she did not keep that commitment.?? Only 3 roll calls into the new session, she broke that promise!?? That's right, the third vote of the year she went back on her word.

Committee votes should be online so the public can see them.?? It is disappointing that Rep. Dykema says one thing during the heat of the campaign and does the opposite at the State House.?? She owes her constituents an apology.

Donald Folkes

Southborough

Short URL: http://www.communityadvocate.com/?p=30800

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