Opinion: Town board candidate says new ideas could be a good thing for Louisville
Wednesday, September 6, 2017 - 8:57 am

To the Editor:

First I would like to thank all the Louisville voters who signed my petition showing me there support for me, to get me to the Democratic Primary Sept. 12.

I also want to thank the St. Lawrence County Board of Elections for doing a wonderful job helping me get my petition and explain what I had to do to get on the ballot this year.

After I had contacted the Democratic Committee in our local town, asked what I had to do to get a petition and what was the dead line for filing. The answer I got, my best advise for you, is to contact the election board in Canton. So, that’s what I did, Jennie Bacon and the staff there were great, thanks again for your great help.

There are four candidates running for two seats on the Democratic Line for the election, Roy (Slim) Beshaw, Shane Thompson, Pat Carroll, Dan O Keefe.

You voters have a choice, you do not have to sit back and keep the same people if you do not want too, it is your choose.

New voices on the board with new ideas could be a good thing. So my advice to you voters is to get out and vote and use the power you have by voting for the best candidate you feel will do the best job representing you on the town board.

Again, thank all you residents for all your support for getting me to the primary and general election in Nov. 2017. By signing my petitions and talking with me when doing so. Again, I am asking for your support in the Primary Sept. 12 and the general election in Nov. 2017.

If you have any questions or concerns you can contact me by phone at 315-261-8141 or e-mail rbeshaw@twcny.rr.com.

Roy (Slim) Beshaw

Louisville