TO THE EDITOR: If you are a Republican, Conservative, conservative Democrat or an independent, the true question here is: Which Republican Primary Congressional Candidate can beat Woolf?
There is a lot of “smoke & mirrors” going on about PACs, residency, late taxes, negative campaigns, etc. That’s nothing. Happens in all campaigns now.
Wait until the Republican Primary is over and the Democrats jump in full force.
I helped Matt Doheny and his campaign his last go-around. After meeting with both candidates this year, I decided to support Elise Stefanik.
I believe both candidates want to help our country. Mr. Mann from NPR called these two candidates flawed. Every candidate has flaws. Every one of us has flaws.
I think we have good solid candidates to choose from. We all know that the Democrat candidate is just another automatic “yea” vote for a progressive movement.
Now is the time to unite behind a candidate that will win this seat. I believe Elise Stefanik is the only candidate who can put the district back in Republican hands.
This battle for what direction our nation will take moving forward is too important to take chances.
Vote Tuesday, June 24, for Elise.
St. Regis Falls
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TO THE EDITOR: The third-annual memorial golf tournament for Mitchell Kilkeary will be held at 8 a.m. Aug. 17 at Bluff Point.
All proceeds go to the Mitchell Kilkeary Scholarship Fund, which is set up for graduating students from Plattsburgh High School.
There will be a lunch and prizes following the tournament in the Adirondack Room at the Butcher Block Steak and Seafood Restaurant.
The first 36 teams with applications and full payment will receive a spot. Hole sponsors are also available.
Contributions may be mailed directly to the Mitchell Kilkeary Scholarship Fund, 12 Graves Lane, Plattsburgh, NY 12901.