Sarah Narron, 41, of Gloucester has announced her candidacy in the November election for the commissioner of the revenue. She is running as an independent.
“I have a passion for public service,” she said.
If elected, Narron will strive to improve the lives of her fellow citizens by expanding and improving services.
“I want to make things easier for people,” said Narron.
One of her goals is to make the process of applying for a business license or file forms or appeals easier by having these tasks available online, instead of only by mail or in-person so businesses can complete their documents on their own time.
Narron also strives to start an outreach and education program, particularly with the schools to reach the youth. The program would teach people how to accomplish different goals, such as buying or selling a vehicle or starting a business.
“I’m committed to being transparent and accountable to the people I serve,” she said. Narron said she believes that public...
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