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Letters to the Editor Sunday, June 19

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Kris Singh has my vote for Surrogate Court judge

I do not know him personally. I had the pleasure of coaching his son through the Hagaman YMCA in 2005. My son and his son were classmates at Montessori on Locust Avenue. His son was very polite, friendly and energetic, reminding me very much of the interactions I had with his father through the Y and school functions. I still see his father to this day and he is the same as he was then. I see him in the local gym as well as the grocery store. He always makes it a point to say hello. I don’t know him well at all, but I do know that because of his courtesy and exemplary parenting, I will vote for Kris Singh for Montgomery County Surrogate Court judge. He has my vote.
ERIC WEBER
Amsterdam

 

Vote Kate McGuirl for Sch’dy City Court judge

City Court judge candidate Kate McGuirl has deep roots in our community. As an active community member for over 15 years, Kate coaches soccer, is a member of Friends of the Library, and helped to create both the Schenectady Land Bank and the city’s vacant property registry. She helped low-income Schenectady residents meeting at Bethesda House, SCIM, SCAP, and their homes, making legal services accessible for years. Her children attend Schenectady city schools. She’s the neighbor who always asks how she can help and does. Our city deserves a judge like Kate, who understands our quality of life starts with our community.
MARY MOORE WALLINGER
Schenectady

 

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