Dear Editor, It amazes me every election season the lengths some candidates and their supporters go to try and gain the win. Why do some of these people feel the need to steal and destroy campaign signs?They must be awful insecure in their message and and campaign.
Free college tuition for illegal immigrants. The highest property taxes in the nation. Stomping on our Second Amendment rights. Overbearing standardized testing on our children. Giving prisoners a free college education.
Since announcing my intention to run in a Republican primary to replace Jim Tedisco in the Assembly, who is running for the State Senate this year, I have been asked numerous times why I would choose to primary the endorsed candidate. There are several reasons.
I’m sure there are many waiting and drooling for my poison pen to come out about the Rossi/Walmart decision. While I will make reference to it, I’d rather let the suspense build.
It is always disheartening when one reads or hears that a voter’s overriding rationale for supporting one candidate over another arises from the voter’s negative perception of the latter, rather than a positive endorsement of the former. Choosing “the lesser of two evils” is a
I have long believed that local government has the largest impact on individuals than any other level of government. Decisions made and actions taken by town government have a lasting impact – which is why as one of your town council representatives urge you to vote for Tara Thomas on Primary Day, Thursday, September 10.
What is going on in the Town of Milton ??