Sensible People Party endorses 10 SLC candidates for town, county seats
From left are Richard Bump (Norfolk Town Council candidate), Kirke Perry (Colton Town Supervisor candidate), Allyssa Theobald Hardiman (Potsdam Town Council candidate), Lynn Hall (Potsdam Town Council candidate), Alexander Lesyk (St. Lawrence County Family Court Judge candidate). Photo submitted by Committee to Elect Alexander Lesyk Family Court Judge.
NORFOLK — The Sensible People (Independent) Party has endorsed the following ten candidates for town and county seats. They will appear on the November ballot:• Alexander Lesyk – St. Lawrence County Family Court Judge Candidate
• Leah Payne Worden – Colton Town Council Candidate
• Kirke Perry – Colton Town Supervisor Candidate
• Nancy Charleston – Louisville Town Council Candidate
• John O’Brien – Louisville Superintendent of Highways Candidate
• Terri O’Keefe – Louisville Tax Collector Candidate
• Shawn Thompson – Louisville Town Council Candidate
• Richard Bump – Town of Norfolk Council Candidate
• Allyssa Theobald Hardiman – Town of Potsdam Council Candidate
• Lynn Hall – Town of Potsdam Council Candidate
“The Sensible People Party is an independent party composed of voters who believe that the interests of St. Lawrence County are best served by cooperative efforts between all citizens and all elected officials,” a press release said. “This party believes that partisan differences have no place in the performance of essential daily work such as helping families, building roads, supporting our community organizations, and encouraging economic growth. Instead, the Sensible People Party supports respectful dialogue among people who may have different political views but are able to set aside those differences to work on local issues.”
Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 2. Early voting begins Oct. 23, and absentee ballots may also be requested from the St. Lawrence County Board of Elections.