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Dedham 2014 Selectmen Candidate Issues Thanks to Supporters

Read what Cheryl Schoenfeld had to say about her supporters and the recent election.

Credit: Cheryl Schoenfeld
Credit: Cheryl Schoenfeld

A candidate who ran for one of the two open seats on the Dedham Board of Selectmen in this past weekend's annual town election has reached out to thank her supporters. 

Cheryl Schoenfeld ran for selectmen along with Thomas Boneck, Mary Gilbert, Kenneth Gilchrist, Dennis Guilfoyle, Brendan Keough, Dan O'Neil and Dennis Teehan. 

While Guilfoyle and Teehan ultimately won the election, having been sworn in Wednesday, Schoenfeld expressed thanks to her supporters with a letter, which can be read below.

Letter from Cheryl Schoenfeld 

My Team, Cheryl Schoenfeld for Selectman, is second to none. We had dedicated Dedham residents (family, friends and neighbors) who truly cared about our campaign. They worked tirelessly to try to get me elected. Along the campaign trail I met many wonderful people who wanted change. These Dedham citizens who worked on the campaign and those who voted for me believed I would have a positive impact in our community. 

My message was and is clear . . . continue to make Dedham a better, healthy community, work with all members of our town to accomplish this goal and remind folks that they each have a voice and their ideas do count! You have the right to speak up and speak out. I am right beside you.

My respect and appreciation for our campaign committee is immeasurable. You gave up your days, evenings and weekends during this journey. I not only thank you with my words but will thank you by my actions. I will continue to work hard in our community for you . . . my neighbors, my friends and my family. Best of luck to the newly elected selectmen.

Thank you so much,
Cheryl Duddy Schoenfeld

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