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Champlain 2009 Election Coverage

Champlain Town Supervisor (Vote for One)

Name: Larry G. Barcomb

Age: 65

Party: Republican

Education: Chazy Central Rural School

Occupation: Town Supervisor, part-time convenience station operator (8 years)

Organizations: Fraternal Lodge 155 F. & A.M., Chazy School Board of Education,

BOCES Board of Education, Clinton County Farm Bureau

Political experience: Incumbent, serving since 2006

Quote: "I appreciate the opportunity to serve the Town of Champlain as their Supervisor for another term. During the past four years, I believe we have accomplished a great deal for our residents. I will continue to promote cooperation between our town and the two villages and to encourage economic development. I will also continue to be fiscally responsible and responsive to the concerns of our residents. I believe communication is vital for our Town Board's success and I will keep the full board informed of pending topics and activities of concern."

Name: Bruce C. Wallett

Age: 70

Party: Democratic

Education: Rouses Point High School

Occupation: Retired railroad track supervisor, barber; U.S. Army 1959-1961

Organizations: American Legion Post 912, Volunteer for annual hospice golf tournament

Political experience:

Past Town Supervisor, Town Council Member, Water and Sewer Committee, Fiscal Officer, Zoning Board

Quote: "My years of past experience qualify me to meet the challenges of tomorrow and the leadership and vision that is needed for this position. If elected, I can assure you that I will work hard and be available full time for all the residents of the Town of Champlain. Your vote of confidence on November 3rd will be greatly appreciated."

Champlain Town Councilperson(Vote for Two)

Name: John Paul Tetreault

Age: 79

Party: Democratic

Education: St. Mary's Academy

Occupation: Dairy farmer

Organizations: Knights of Columbus, Champlain Federal Credit Union Board of Directors, St. Mary's Church Board of Directors

Political experience: Incumbent, serving since 2001, Zoning Board (4 years)

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