It’s important to vote

To the Times of Ti:

It’s that time of year again. This year it’s more important than ever for Crown Point residents to get out and vote.

Do you feel the town is more divided than ever because of the current administration? Do you feel your right to vote was denied? Do you feel taxpayers dollars are not being spent wisely? Do you feel terminating nine town employees in less than two years is justified? Do you feel the current administration hasn’t been as open and transparent as promised? Do you feel the current administration is catering to an elite few while ignoring the rest of Crown Point residents?

If you answered yes to any of these questions then it’s time for you to join us at the polls on Nov. 8. Polls open at 6 am.

The Crown Point Republican Committee is proud to endorse the following candidates for office this year — Charles Harrington-supervisor, Linda Woods-town clerk, Charles Mazurowski and Tara Peters-town council, Eugene ‘Peanut’ Ingleston-highway superintendent, and, finally, Joseph Provoncha-county clerk.

Eric Ingleston, chairman

Crown Point Republican Committee

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