SAM Party Of New York Endorses Nine Candidates For Office in Orange County
SAM Party Endorsed Candidates Are Looking To Break Through Divisiveness And Get Results For Orange County Residents
October 1, 2019 — SAM Party of New York Chairman Michael Volpe today announced the nominations of nine candidates for office in Orange County. These candidates are part of a wave of residents who are looking for a way to break through partisan politics and end the stranglehold of the two-party system. The SAM Party of New York was founded to support candidates who are involved in their local communities and getting things done.
The SAM Party interviewed more than 200 candidates across New York State interested in running on the SAM Party line and promoting SAM’s principles of good government, transparency, and engaging residents to build solutions that work.
“The candidates endorsed by the SAM Party of New York have a record of accomplishment in their communities and believe in the principle of working with others regardless of political affiliation in order to get results for residents,” said SAM Party of New York Chair Michael Volpe. “Some are long-time officeholders, some are incumbents seeking re-election, and some are first time candidates. All are highly qualified for the offices they seek. We are proud to endorse these candidates and encourage residents to vote for them on the SAM Party line on November 5th.”
The following candidates were nominated for office by the SAM Party of New York:
Dennis Leahy Town Supervisor, Montgomery
Kristen Brown Town council, Montgomery
Kelly Allegra Town Clerk, New Windsor
Sylvia Santiago Town Council, New Windsor
George Doering Town Council, Blooming Grove
Thomas Becker Town Council, Chester
Stephen Keahon Town Council, Chester\
Virginia Scott Town Council, Cornwall
Timothy McElduff Orange County Surrogate Court Judge
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