“A tale of two very different Democrats in House District 57” in the Aug. 10 edition of The Valley Breeze was quite an eye-opening piece. Voters in Cumberland and Central Falls truly have a rare opportunity to choose from distinctly different candidates on Sept. 13.

While one of those candidates, Brandon Voas, may be running for the first time, he was born for this job. He was raised in Cumberland, played on its ball fields, graduated from its public schools. Brandon remains a Cumberland resident, sharing many of the same concerns as his neighbors: top notch schools, affordable housing, personal rights. And as a businessman himself, he wants to help our local businesses thrive.

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