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Saratoga Vote 05

Tuesday, November 8th, 2005 · No Comments

Today is election day! Get out and vote. It’s the most important thing you can do as an American. It is your right and your duty. If you’re not sure of your polling place, please contact your local board of elections. If you live in Saratoga County, here’s our county board of elections number: 518.885.2249.

Below are my recommendations for voting today in Saratoga Springs:

Mayor: Valerie Keehn
Accounts Commissioner: John Franck
Finance Commissioner: Matt McCabe
Public Works Commissioner: Tom McTygue
Public Safety Commissioner: Ron Kim
County Supervisors: Joanne Yepsen & Cheryl Keyrouze

Vote Row B!

Proposition 1 (budget deadline): No
Proposition 2 (transportation bond): Yes

“Valerie Keehn is a dedicated activist and a good friend.
I’ve endorsed her because we need a Mayor who will fight
for open space, quality downtown development, safe,
affordable water from Saratoga Lake, fair assessments,
workforce housing and open government. Valerie has run
an active and energetic campaign. Now we need every
supporter to get out and vote on Tuesday
to put her campaign over the top.”
– Ken Klotz, former Mayor of Saratoga Springs,
November 5, 2005

“Valerie and I have many issues in common that
unite us against people like Mayor Michael Lenz.”
– Hank Kuczynski, former candidate for Mayor,
October 4, 2005

“I am proud to endorse Valerie Keehn. She wants
to serve all the people of Saratoga Springs,
not just the special interests.”
– Chuck Schumer, US Senator, October 12, 2005

“Valerie has the intelligence, the commitment
and the courage that Saratoga Springs needs.”
– Hillary Rodham Clinton, US Senator, October 24, 2005

“Valerie Keehn is fighting for deliberate development,
fair property assessments, workforce housing, open space,
open government, and a safe, affordable, alternative water source.”
– Eliot Spitzer, NYS Attorney General,
September 26, 2005

“Valerie is the best candidate for the senior citizens,
working families, and local business owners who make up
the foundation of the community. Saratoga Springs will be
in good hands with Valerie Keehn as Mayor.”
– Alan Hevesi, NYS Comptroller, October 21, 2005

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