St. Lawrence County Conservative Party holding rally on steps of county courthouse
CANTON - The St. Lawrence County Conservative Party is holding a rally on the steps of the St. Lawrence County Courthouse in Canton on Wednesday at 4:15 p.m. to show support for its Conservative candidates in the November election.
“The Conservative Party wants to show its support for St. Lawrence County Family Court Judge candidate Andrew Moses, District Attorney Gary Pasqua, and long-time Coroners Kevin Crosby and June Woods,” said Party Chair Henry “Hank” Ford. “That’s why we are inviting Conservative, Republicans, Independents and others who believe in good government to join us Wednesday to show our support for these terrific candidates.”“In an era when we are seeing too much polarization, negativity and nastiness in national, state and local politics, we want to invite the public to join us in coming out for some great people who have shown their dedication to public service and decency throughout their careers,” Ford said. “I’ve known these candidates for many years and I am proud that they have chosen to run for office by emphasizing how they’ll work to make life better for the people of the North Country.”