Candidate who tried to get elected in Lyndonville thanks voters for support

Posted 24 March 2024 at 7:46 pm


To the voters of the Village of Lyndonville, I  would like to thank those who braved the weather and voted for me on March 19.

To the all the voters who read my letters I humbly apologize. I have written statements in the past suggesting that when you vote to only vote for those that have an opponent. I believe I was wrong.

I now encourage all voters to write in someone when there is no opponent, giving an opponent. When you are allowed to pick more than one, for an example a Trustee seat, make your pick and if you don’t like the choices on the ballot, write in yourself or a friend or family member make sure all choices possible are made leaving no space or chance for someone to manipulate your ballot.

People look out for more self-serving Republicans and Democrats. One must check to see who or what businesses they are connected to. Also if they mention promises of fixing this or that, ask yourself “How are they connected?”

Voting records are a good source of character. Village, Town and County minutes are good references. Are the public servants discussing how to help you and save your tax dollars or spending your tax dollars and helping non-Americans.

Look at the Republican and Democrat mission statements – both State and Nation. Are the candidates you voted for doing the missions? Yes, I have read the Democrat mission statements. Since Orleans County is, in my opinion, poor, I agree taxes should be affordable to everyone – key word affordable.

I am still a Christian man and one of the People of the United States, beneficiary of the Word of God and the Constitution of the United States. People, I have more petitions that I need signed. I will be stopping by.

People, I also want to know why you are registered to vote but don’t vote in all elections? Do you not know all elections are important? Please politely tell me. I close with a Bible quote. “And whosoever shall not receive you, nor hear your words, when ye depart out of that house or city, shake off the dust of your feet.”

Steve Colon