To the editor:
As a councilwoman for the Town of Cairo, I am very concerned how the results of the upcoming election will affect the future of the town.
There are four names on the ballot for supervisor, but only three candidates. Dan Benoit, the current supervisor, had initially planned to run and was endorsed by the Conservative party. His subsequent decision not to run was made too late to have is name removed from the ballot.
Both the Republican and Democrat candidates have served two consecutive two year terms and, for good reasons, each was defeated in his attempt to be elected to a third term.
A better choice is someone who has worked in the supervisor’s office for the last four years, handling the day to day issues for a part-time supervisor. Sherry True has extensive business experience, has worked for the betterment of the town as co-chair of the Cairo Development Foundation, is available for full-time hours as supervisor and has a vision for the commercial development of Cairo to help lower our taxes.
Sherry True is on the “True Choice” line in the middle of the Town of Cairo ballot.