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County GOP eyes three, but no names

May 1, 2013

MAYVILLE — County Republicans have their eye on three potential county executive candidates, but have no intention of releasing their names in the near future....

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rightwinglib

May-01-13 5:26 AM

wonder how many o them collect food stamps?

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Marie1954

May-01-13 7:29 AM

Won't someone be banging on my door with petitions in early June? Name should be out then. But quite a mystery on the other side, wonder who Norman P. Green will pick to run.

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PhilJulian

May-01-13 9:15 AM

A successful businessman with a history of cost containment might be a good choice.

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Marcia

May-01-13 9:21 AM

Yes, Phil, because we've been so successful with businessmen running our government before. Think Edwards and Collins in Erie County. All businessmen think about is the bottom line, not providing services to citizens of their district. Which is why we have the fiasco with the County Home. Government is not there to make money, but to provide for the general good of everyone.

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commentor

May-01-13 10:19 AM

Yes Marcia you are one of the takers. Gimme gimme I'm entitled. As for candidates will anyone who will play ball with them please apply. I can't wait for Norm Green's pick. What an endorsement that is!!!

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Christopher

May-01-13 2:56 PM

Hmmm...who will the GOP pick? I'm guessing Curly, Larry or MO.

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PhilJulian

May-01-13 3:52 PM

MARCIA - a good businessman knows that you can't spend more than you are taking in and that's something that the liberal clowns still haven't learned. A good businessman knows that we have to compete with other areas for job creating investment - something our county desperately needs. A good businessman knows that you can't have the highest taxes in the entire country and expect anyone to want to live or conduct business here.

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