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Gloversville mayor’s race shows signs of confusion

Supporter of King complains about Handy’s placards

Gloversville mayoral candidate Jim Handy holds an original campaign sign and a recently modified copy.
Gloversville mayoral candidate Jim Handy holds an original campaign sign and a recently modified copy.
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Gloversville mayoral candidate James Handy drove the city streets Wednesday, pulling his campaign signs from yards and intersections. It’s not permanent, not a symbolic act of surrender. Just a correction. In the past few days, drivers passing through the city may have thought it was locked in a campaign between two incumbent mayors. Current Mayor Dayton King’s roughly 150 signs are simple. “They just say, ‘Re-elect Mayor Dayton King,’ ” King said Wednesday. The problem arose ...


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