From the editors of National Review:
◼ Milford, Conn., calls itself “a small city with a big heart.” In the spirit of that motto, the residents of the harbor town on the Long Island Sound should elect Jack Fowler as city clerk on November 7. Over three decades, Jack and his family—wife Sharon and their five children—have poured themselves into their community. During one 16-year stretch, there was always at least one Fowler enrolled at Jonathan Law High School. When Jack attended the local Republican nominating convention and realized that no one had stepped forward to challenge the Democratic incumbent, he saw it as his duty to enter the race. We know that Jack would serve Milford with energy, diligence, and selflessness, because we’ve seen those qualities up close. For 33 years, including twelve as publisher, Jack was a dedicated member of the staff at National Review. But he is not merely an experienced executive. He’s a good man and a happy warrior, and he believes fervently in localism and in citizens’ running their own affairs. A vote for Jack Fowler is a vote for accountable, human-sized government. Milford couldn’t find a better man with a bigger heart if it tried. Jack Fowler for city clerk.
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