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Halfmoon supervisor decides against re-election bid

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There won’t be a fourth term for Halfmoon town Supervisor Mindy Wormuth. The embattled Republican announced in a news release Friday she will not run again. She was facing a primary challenge from former Town Justice Kevin Tollisen, who was endorsed by the Halfmoon Republican Committee. “While I have always been a fighter for the people of Halfmoon, I feel it is in mine and the town’s best interest to not run for re-election,” she ...


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pollywog
June 14, 2013
8:48 p.m.

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It's long been in the town's best interest for Mindy not to run. Finally, she woke up. I heard that the local developers are holding a wake.

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