Opinion: Fisher’s contributions at Statehouse appreciated

Dear Rep. Fisher,
I write to you with much sadness but also much gratitude and hope.
I would like to thank you for your incredible, good and solid work on health care.
I admire your tenacity just as much as your compassion. And I so appreciate your service.
I hope you know that what you have helped set in motion has not been in vain.
We have hit a rough patch for sure, but I will not give up, along with so many others. We will continue the fight for affordable universal health care for all. And I am inspired that you will continue the fight with us.
Even though your seat was lost this go round, I hope you see yourself as one of the lucky ones.
I mean, just how often does a person get a chance to work for change that will truly benefit the lives of so many?
Lucky you, leading such a purposeful life. Very honorable work, sir. Job well done. And I am so proud of you. 
Just one more thing … don’t forget to run again. 
I’ll see you on the front lines.
Kelly Cummings

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