“Dave Yacovone has devoted his career to helping others. What I have always admired most about Dave is the countless things he does quietly for others that no one knows about. His common sense coupled with his commitment to servings others will serve us well in Montpelier.”
I first met Dave many years ago at the Greensboro Nursing Home where he was the Administrator. I could tell he was a straight shooter. I could also see by the way he inter- acted with residents that he was driven to serve and care for those among us who from time to time need a helping hand..
He’s pledged to do his best to help leave Vermont better than he found it, and he’s challenged us to ask “how are the children”. Well they, our senior citizens and everyone in-between, will be better off and well served with Dave Yacovone as one of our representatives…
Dave is a competent and compassionate leader. We need to elect him to be our voice in the State House.
Hope you will take a moment to listen to my first campaign radio ad, to air next week, a sneak preview!
Experience made the difference to voters in Tuesday’s Democratic primary for two House seats representing Morristown, Elmore, Woodbury and Worcester.
A political veteran, Dave Yacovone of Morristown, and an incumbent, Avram Patt of Worcester, won a five-way race for the two Democratic slots available on the ballot Nov. 8.
Yacovone won 789 votes, 505 of them in Morristown; Patt earned 587 votes.
Marci Young finished third with 375, Aimee Towne fourth with 308 and Judy Bickford fifth with 195.