"It is time to move Schodack forward to a more inclusive government that serves the residents, not the other way around.
We must leave behind the days of backroom deals when a few men run everything. Schodack deserves better."

Sunday, November 1, 2015

Schodack Democrats cleaned Miller Road this weekend.

Schodack Democrats Laura Jordan, Linda Underwood and Jen Sober, were joined by Shaun Francis, candidate for NYS 43 Senate District, to clean up Miller Road on Oct. 31. After cleaning up, candidates Underwood and Sober went door-to-door.

This weekend, Schodack Democrats were out cleaning up Miller Road, which is their Adopt-a-Highway project.

As we were busy picking up trash, the GOP assembled their supporters - mostly town employees - to hand out literature.

The most striking thing about their literature is they have no record to run on. Their accomplishments are either state-mandated - like keeping tax increases below 2 percent, or things they did years ago - like earning an Eagle Scout badge, working on Freedom Tower, or building a playground almost a decade ago.

What have their done recently? What have their down for the people of Schodack? What is their record?

Why should anyone vote for them?
Even they can't answer that last one.

So, while the incumbents were going door-to-door trying to convince residents that being in the top 20 highest taxed municipalities in the capital district is "holding the line" on taxes, that mediocre services are "strong", and Project Red was handled "openly and honestly" - Schodack Democrats were actually working to make Schodack a better place to live.

Send this do-nothing board a message. Tell them it is time for a change and for real open, honest and responsive government.

That, in a nutshell, is why we are asking for your vote on Row A on Tuesday, Nov. 3.

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