An important election year

This is an important election year for the residents of Mooers. We have for the first time in decades some very important issues facing us as voters. Our decisions will have a serious impact on how well our Town is run in the future.

The Democrats are offering a slate of candidates that will guarantee the same integrity and competence, we as residents, have come to expect over the last 38 years. We believe they will have the courage and fortitude to serve the needs of our entire populous.

Our candidate for Supervisor, Cory Ross, is a graduate of SUNY Canton with an Associate degree in Mortuary Science. Cory has worked in the funeral profession for 17 years and has owned Ross Funeral Homes since 2007 where he resides. He has the maturity, intelligence, and the fiscal responsibility required for the position. His integrity is unquestionable. He is the person needed to guide us through fiscally troubling times.

Our candidates for Councilmen are Alfred “Alfie” Ladue and Michael Willette. They both have the experience, background and stability needed.

Alfred Ladue is a 1992 graduate of Chateaugay Central and attended Clinton Community College. He has been employed at Clinton Correctional for 8 years. He served in the Mooers Fire Department for 12 years and was an EMT for the last three. “Alfie” currently serves as the Mooers Youth Director, a position held since 2008. Since 1996 he has coached soccer, basketball and baseball. “Alfie” wants to be a strong voice for the rights of the people of Mooers. He is reliable, respectful and pledges to provide fairness.

Michael Willette is a graduate of Northeastern Clinton. He holds an Associates degree in Business Administration from Clinton Community. He is Treasurer of K of C Council 6136, Executive Secretary/Treasurer of the Northern Conference and Webmaster. He was recently elected President of the Bishop Brzana Chapter. He has been “Big Ticket” chairman for the St. Anne’s Bazaar for the last five years. He feels his fiscal background will assist him in making the difficult decisions required..

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