Well that didn’t take long. After last year’s elections, I was inclined to think someone at the Malta Republican Committee — maybe Chairman Ted Willette or Vice Chairman Nick Wilock — was a political guru, the Karl Rove or Lee Atwater of Saratoga County.
*Sponsored Content MALTA-Cynthia Young believes her decades of experience on committees and other town government bodies have prepared her to be Malta’s Town Supervisor, and is campaigning on her belief that her experience makes her a better choice than her opponent. The Democratic candidate, who boasts endorsements from Congressman Paul Tonko and Assemblywoman Carrie Woerner,…
*Sponsored Content MALTA-For Vincent DeLucia, holding the office of Malta Town Supervisor would be his way of giving back to the community that has been his family’s home for generations.
MALTA — Congressman Paul Tonko (D, Amsterdam) and Assemblywoman Carrie Woerner (D, Round Lake) have endorsed Cynthia Young for Malta Town Supervisor.
Admittedly, I have never been very interested in local politics. I figured I’d sit down and have a listen to what some fervent and informed followers of the local Malta race for Supervisor, Town Board and Town Clerk positions had to say – what’s 15 minutes, right?
Happily, Malta Voters will get another chance to elect the only truly qualified candidate running for Malta Supervisor, Cynthia Young. No, she hasn’t been the principal of a school, but in my opinion she has a PHD in Malta Town government.