Mary Ann Wilson, Town Clerk, Morristown
“Gary knows these communities and the people of them like nobody else. He enthusiastically celebrates the successes that come to our families and businesses, but also knows well the challenges they face. He will bring that familiarity and understanding to his role as Representative, and we will be well-served as a result”
Julia Compagna, Small Business Owner, Morrisville
As a small business owner, I am so pleased to have an individual willing to serve in the Legislature who has firsthand knowledge of what it means to operate a private enterprise in Vermont. During his many years on the Morristown Development Review Board, Gary Nolan has demonstrated his understanding of the economic challenges facing all Vermonters and understands the balance needed between healthy growth and preservation of Vermont’s character and quality of life. Gary Nolan possesses the rare ability to listen and understand all sides of an issue and to effectively reach out to those with opposing perspectives to build consensus and find solutions. These qualities are vital to the work done in Montpelier."
Roy and Marcia Marble, Small BUsiness Owners, Morrisville
"Gary has shown his leadership as a decades-long manager with the Manosh Corp., past president and longtime member of Morrisville Rotary, chairman of the Morristown Development Review Board and as a member of other area organizations. Gary knows what it takes to get things done, how to balance ideas with what is practical, prudent and affordable."
Why Gary Should Be Elected
Sam Guy, Owner, Guy's Farm and Yard
Gary has over 40 years’ experience working in the construction industry. He understands the economic realities for Vermont’s working people.
Gary has a common-sense approach to the many issues facing our community. He is practical and level-headed in all situations. He feels that changes are needed in Montpelier to ensure Vermont remains an affordable place for people to live and do business.
Please join me in supporting Gary Nolan with your vote.
Bill Bourne, Fellow Morrisville Rotarian
Gary has a common-sense approach to making decisions and can listen to all sides of an issue before doing so. Gary often talks about his grandchildren and what the future will hold for them. Let’s send him to Montpelier to help chart out a future for our children and grandchildren that they can afford.
John Compagna, Morrisville
Gary has over 40 years experience working in business and understands the challenges facing Vermont residents. He has a common-sense approach to making decisions, something we need in Montpelier to ensure Vermont remains an affordable place for people to live and do business.