We endorsed Patti Southworth for supervisor but the County Democrats have forced a primary. Please get out and vote and write in Patti Southworth to represent our Town. Her Republican opponent is attempting to take this line. That is unacceptable.
Elections 2011 are underway
We have 4 Candidates that have been endorsed by the Ballston Democratic Committee to represent all the people of Ballston.
Our Town Supervisor Patti Southworth will be running for re-election. Her commitment to the job has provided the town of Ballston with our 1st Full-Time Supervisor. Her leadership is on partisan and she represents all Residents regardless of party affiliation. She has proudly represented out town in Saratoga County and asks for your support in October for the Primary and in November for the general election.
For Town Council we have chosen to Support Paul Simpson and Bruce Hogan.
Paul has been a regular attendee of town meetings for many years and cares deeply about preserving our great way of life in the town of Ballston. His attendance at these meetings makes him not only knowledgeable about our town but about the issues that the town has faced internally with the town officials.
Bruce Hogan is an Independent voice who shares our concerns with the way the town needs to go to preserve our great community and would make an excellent addition to our town board.
Robert Ogle is running for Town Clerk, Muriel is retiring and we really need someone who can work with and support our supervisor properly. Make sure she gets her calls and notices to ensure keep doing business in the best interest of the town.
For Release March 21, 2011
1. ALL REGISTERED voters must fill out in full the statement on the front of this form and personally sign it (unless physically unable to do so).
2. Mail or deliver this application to the Board of Elections not later than seven (7) days before such election: provided, however, that such application by a qualified voter whose illness or physical disability shall commence on a day following the tenth day before such election may be received by the board of elections not later than the day preceding such election.
3. Any voter who may be unavoidably absent on the day of election may deliver application IN PERSON to the Board of Election not later than the day preceding such election. Sec. 8-400.2(c).
4. Unless you have applied for an absentee ballot as a permanently disabled person, this application is good ONLY for the primary, special or general election to which it specifically pertains. You must, unless permanently disabled, RENEW your application for each primary, special or general election if you are still eligible to vote absentee.
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