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Mayor opposed to election synchronization

October 26, 2011

WOONSOCKET – Mayor Leo T. Fontaine may not have an opponent on next month’s election ballot but he does have a cause.
Fontaine says he’s doing everything he can to persuade voters to reject the proposed synchronization of municipal, state and federal elections. It’s one of four referendum questions that will appear on the ballot of the citywide election Nov. 8.
“I’m speaking out against it every chance I get,” says the mayor.

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